The Packard Model F was the last single-cylinder car made by the Packard Motor Company. The cars were made between 1901 and 1903.

It had some major advances, including a new 3-speed transmission. When it competed in an economy contest, the Model F averaged 27.5mpg. It was the most expensive Packard till then, costing $2,500 in 1902 (the price was lowered to $2,300 in 1903).

The cars were fitted with a 183.8 cubic inch cast iron single-cylinder engine. This engine produced 12 hp and was mated to a 3-seed sliding gearbox. The wheelbase was 84 inches long.

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