Thank you to everyone who commented on the vehicle photo on the HVA website and the HVA’s Facebook page.
The vehicle in the photo is a 1903 Packard Grey Wolf Voiture Legere.
The Packard Grey Wolf was Packard’s first racing car. The engine and transmission—originally 4-speeds, with two gears removed to save weight—were placed in a special lightweight wedge-shaped frame with a 92” wheelbase. The Grey Wolf’s light weight and aerodynamic shape were best suited for record setting. Weight was listed as 1,310 pounds. The low racer had an aluminum body finished in light grey, giving it the name “Grey Wolf”.
And the winner of the contest – Jack Weiszer from Portage, MI! Jack is the proud owner of a 1960 Corvette currently undergoing restoration.
For guessing correctly Jack Weiszer will receive a free HVA ballcap.