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Anita and Mark Stevens of Davisburg, Mich., pull back the tarp covering a 1930 Packard owned by Ms. Stevens' father. The couple attended a Packard swap meet yesterday in Perrysburg, where about 80 of the gone-but-not-forgotten classic cars were shown. The Packard, built in Warren, Ohio, was first made in 1899. The company merged with Studebaker in 1954, and four years later, it went off the market. It still remains a highly sought car for collectors.