Packard Club of San Diego
The Packard Club of San Diego is the San Diego area regional affiliate of the national Packard Automobile Classics (PAC). The aim of our club is the preservation, use and enjoyment of Packard automobiles
from the first built in 1899 through the last Packard to come off the assembly line in 1958.
Our primary function is to provide local events, tours and car shows where our members can meet socially with others
of like interest and enjoy owning our Packards. Every month we publish a newsletter, the Predictor,
with upcoming events, technical information and other interesting items. Subscription to the Predictor is included
in the Packard Club of San Diego dues.
Our parent organization, The Packard Club (PAC), promotes the various regions and provides nation-wide contacts.
It also publishes an outstanding quarterly magazine, The Packard Cormorant, and a monthly newsletter, The Cormorant News Bulletin.
The dues for National membership include a subscription to both of these publications.
The only requirement to join our club is that you must also be a member of the National organization.
Dues for each are separate. This provides you with nation-wide contacts for local, national and international events,
supplies, parts, and historical and technical information.
The Packards driven by our members represent many years and styles of this famous marque.
However, it is not necessary to own a Packard in order to become a member of the National Club, or any of the regional clubs.
If you own a Packard -
or just love them as we do - join us for our:
Monthly tours or automobile events
Sharing technical knowledge
Networking with other Packard enthusiasts, both locally and nationally
Fun and good times with a great group
We drive our Packards to interesting places, participate in PAC events,
see and learn about other classic motorcars, and have a lot of fun in the process.
Click HERE to
download Packard Club of San Diego Membership Form and PAC Membership Form
For more information
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