The Minnesota Packard Automobile Club was established in July 1970. Membership includes individuals residing in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, North and South Dakota, Florida, Colorado and California. Vehicles owned by the members include cars, ambulances and taxis built between the early 1920s and 1956.
The Minnesota Packard Club has individuals who can advise or assist you with the repair, restoration and preservation of your Packard. Services available include diagnosis of mechanical problems and their repair, bodywork and vehicle restoration and parts suppliers, and information on vehicles for sale.
A number of social events are planned from late April through November at various locations in the region. A technical seminar is held each fall to assist members with the preservation, maintenance and restoration of their Packards.
The Minnesota Packard Automobile Club is a regional affiliate of the Packard Automobile Club (PAC). PAC is an international organization with over 4,000 members in North America, Europe, Japan, South America, the British Isles, Scandinavia, New Zealand and Australia.
Both organizations publish award-winning newsletters that alert members to local and national events, vehicles for sale, technical documents and historical information about the Packard Motor Company.