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Packards roll into Williamsburg VA for national meet

Too bad my dad is not around to see the The Packard Club of America who are hosting their national meet here in Williamsburg VA at the Crowne Plaza Hotel,  Cars and owners were starting to arrive yesterday and will be seen around the area through Friday September 21st, 2012.

There will be two opportunities for you to view the cars locally:

Thursday, Sept. 20 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Lee Hall Mansion in Newport News.

And

Friday, Sept. 21 — 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in Merchants Square in Williamsburg

The Packard Club of America who are hosting their national meet here in Williamsburg VA at the Crowne Plaza HotelOver 150 Packard owners are here and there should be 40+ cars on display at each venue.

 

You are bound to see then around the area as they tour Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestowne, Yorktown Battlefield, James River Plantations on Rt 5 Norfolk and other area destinations.

Local Packard-owner Marty Weber was responsible for the car  display on Duke of Gloucester and adjacent streets in downtown Williamsburg. This provides a wonderful opportunity for area residents to see these wonderful cars.

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