Maker - Henney-Packard
AVAILABILITY: In stock (5 items)
BODY TYPE: Station Wagon
The Super Station Wagon was a glorious failure. Designed by Richard Arbib this enormous vehicle was based on the Henney ambulance and was equipped with every luxury. Packard didn’t like it at all and the proposed price of $10,000 ensured...
AVAILABILITY: In stock (7 items)
BODY TYPE: Ambulance
Henney ambulances appeared in various guises, including use by the armed forces. This is a model of one such vehicle as used by the United States Navy. Available only in the previously-styled cardboard box
AVAILABILITY: In stock (9 items)
BODY TYPE: Funeral Coach
Henney had a long and fruitful association with Packard, building specialist vehicles based on Packard chassis. However, 1954 would be the last full year of this partnership which over the years produced many handsome hearses, ambulances and limos. Available only...
AVAILABILITY: In stock (13 items)
BODY TYPE: Limousine
Henney had a long-established relationship with Packard, which had really taken off in 1930s. By 1954 Packard’s problems were having an effect both on regular models and Henney and this beautiful limousine would be one of the last examples of...