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1930 PACKARD 733 SEDAN 1930 Packard Model 733. Straight 8 cyl, 3 speed manual, 2 tone paint, excellent interior, antique rear flower vases, full disc wheels, wide white wall tires, rare "goddess of speed" radiator cap, front fender lamps, glass wing vents, full size rear mounted spare, rear luggage trunk, chrome bumpers, information booklet. Runs & drives outstanding !!
$38,900
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1932 PACKARD 905 COUPE ROADSTER 1 of 311 Twin Six cars built on the Series 905 142-inch wheelbase chassis Purchased by Don Miller of Ludington, Michigan in the 1960s Miller performed cosmetic restoration and kept the car for more than 50 years Joe Crea of Cleveland, Ohio acquired the car from Miller about ten years ago Crea commissioned Straight Eight in Troy, Michigan to perform some cosmetic work and entered the Packard in concours delegance and touring events over the past decade Recently acquired by a private collector 445
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1910 PACKARD MODEL 30 RUNABOUT AACA Grand National First Prize in 2011 Known ownership history since 1926 Formerly owned by Thad Frazier, Herb Royston, Dick Cutler and John Walters Vintage photographs of the car from the 1920s, more than 100 letters of Roystons correspondence dating from 1950-68 and binders of research with period magazine articles, Packard sales catalogs, operating book and parts catalog 432 CI inline 4-cylinder T-head engine with cylinders cast in pairs 3-speed manual transmission Runabout body by Selden Si
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1940 PACKARD 120 COUPE Comprehensive restoration in England Imported back to U.S. in 2015 282 CI Inline 8-cylinder engine 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive Multiple first place trophies Packard French Blue exterior Equipped with every option offered by Packard in 1940 Cormorant mascot Wide Whitewall tires For more information, please visit mecum.com.
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1938 PACKARD 1600 SEDAN Introducing the timeless classic, the 1938 Packard 1600 Sedan. This iconic vehicle is dressed in a striking blue exterior, a color that has always been synonymous with elegance and sophistication. The Packard carries an aura of classic charm that's sure to turn heads wherever it goes. The interior of this 1938 Packard is equally impressive, featuring a tastefully done tan cloth interior. The combination of the blue exterior and tan interior creates a visually appealing contrast that adds to the
$25,000
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1937 PACKARD SUPER 8 Stunning six-figure refurbishment by D&D Classic Auto. Massive 139-inch wheelbase, first year independent front suspension, first year hydraulic brakes. Fantastic road car ready to tour. Just beautiful inside and out.According to records that accompany the car, this beautiful 1937 Packard 1502 convertible sedan has a fascinating history behind it. Originally sold through the legendary Earle C. Anthony distributorship in Los Angeles (yes, the data plate is a reproduction, but this car also carrie
$169,900
1950 PACKARD EIGHT Check out this fantastic 1950 Packard Eight Club Sedan. It is powered by a smooth and powerful inline 8-cylinder engine. It has a 3-speed transmission, fender skirts, fun visor, swan mascot hood ornament, chrome bumpers with bumper guards, wood grain dash and door panel accents. Draft deflector, wing windows, chrome hubcaps and trim rings. White wall tires and a radio. Excellent body paint and chrome. It runs great. This Packard runs excellent and is just fun to drive – even at 60 MPH.
$25,000
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1950 PACKARD SUPER 8 TOURING SEDAN 1950 Packard Super 8 Touring Sedan The 1950 dealer brochure for the Packard line is so wonderfully illustrated and simple, and touts the new Ultramatic transmission. With a series of colorful illustrations, it highlights the advantages of the automatic. In one image, a woman is at the wheel and a baby is next to her in an untethered bassinette...in the front seat! The caption reads, "In Packard Ultramatic drive, there's no jerking because there's no clutch pushing ever...no gear shifting any
$13,900
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1949 PACKARD SUPER DELUXE CONVERTIBLE 1 of 671 built in 1949 327 CI flathead straight-8 engine rated at 150 HP 3-speed manual with overdrive, overdrive reduces engine rpm by 27.8% Black exterior Power Tan convertible top Power seat Power windows Original factory MRSP of $3,350 127 inch wheelbase, overall length 212 inches, curb weight of 4,260 lbs Brown pleated bench seat interior Polished wire wheels Wide Whitewall tires Chrome bumpers with front guards For more information, please visit mecum.com.
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1936 PACKARD 120 Packard Dark Maroon Exterior Gray Leather Interior with Real Wood Trim Supercharged LSA 6.2L Engine 6L90 6-Speed Automatic Overdrive Transmission Rear Wheel Drive 4 Wheel Independent Suspension 9"" Ford Positive Traction with 3.25:1 Gear Ratio Wilwood 6-Piston Front and Rear Power Disc Brakes Dakota Digital Dash Vintage Air Front and Rear Air Conditioning Power Rack & Pinion Steering Stainless Exhaust
1955 PACKARD PATRICIAN 1955 Packard Patrician 374CI V8 6.1L with a Twin-Ultramatic Transmission. Power Steering. Power Brakes. Power windows. Power front seat. The paint is Beautiful Topaz Bronze and Agate Cream. Interior is luxurious in Bronze and Cream cloth. With power bench front seat. Easy room for six passengers. Riding on new Radial Wide Whitewalls tires and original caps. The engine was had an overhaul less the 900 miles ago. Car comes from a life long classic car collector. The Bright work and Crome are in li
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1946 PACKARD CLIPPER COUPE 1 of 5,714 Clipper Deluxes produced for the 1946 model year The only Club Coupe listed in the Packard National Club Registry 282 CI Straight 8 engine 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive Repainted Cavalier Maroon Metallic and Vanderbilt Gray Metallic two-tone exterior Gray cloth interior Clock Beige carpets Trunk upholstered in Maroon carpet Wide Whitewall tires For more information, please visit mecum.com.
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1949 PACKARD MODEL 226 SEDAN Odometer reads 67,042 miles 327 CI inline 6-cylinder engine 3-speed column shift manual transmission Light Blue exterior Chrome grille and rocker trim Cormorant hood mascot Chrome bumpers with bumper guards Fender skirts Color matched wheels with chrome hub caps Wide Whitewall tires Gray striped button tucked cloth bench seat interior Woodgrain dash and window trim Rear passenger area wood and polished metal trim bar Heater with defrost Dash clock For more information, please visit mecum.com.
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1941 PACKARD 120 SEDAN Odometer reads 30,667 miles 282 CI inline 8-cylinder engine 3-speed column shift manual transmission with overdrive Black exterior with chrome shoulder line and fender trim Goddess of Speed hood mascot Chrome bumpers with bumper guards Running boards with polished trim Front beauty bar and bumper mounted auxiliary lights Color matched wheels with chrome trim rings and hub caps Wide Whitewall tires Blue cloth bench seat interior Heater with defrost Dash clock "Over Drive" dash indicator For more
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1951 PACKARD 200 DELUXE Available now is this 1951 Packard 200 Deluxe series 24 4-door sedan dressed in a two-tone blue and white paint. This Packard is powered by the straight 8-cylinder engine mated to an Ultra-matic automatic transmission. This interior has been refinished and well-kept sporting an all-grey appearance and it still retains the factory radio. This Packard runs and drives and would be an excellent candidate for restoration or for a simple and unique weekend cruiser. As was said by Packard about their c
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1929 PACKARD EIGHT Introducing the classic 1929 Packard 8 Limo, a timeless piece of automotive history. This elegant vehicle showcases a sleek black exterior that wonderfully complements its black vinyl interior, creating a harmonious blend of style and sophistication. Under the hood, this Packard 8 Limo is powered by a robust V8 engine paired with an automatic transmission, offering a smooth and effortless driving experience. This classic car is not just about looks and performance, it also comes equipped with mo
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1928 PACKARD SIX Part of the Pre-War No Reserve Collection 241 CID Six Cylinder Engine 3 Speed Manual Transmission Driving Light Stone Guard Etched Wind Wings Jaeger Clock North East Speedometer
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1929 PACKARD 640 SPORT PHAETON This Sport Phaeton has 19,745 actual miles since new and only a handful of miles since it's concourse restoration. It has a history including aristocrats, a high profile criminal and ""barn find"" intrigue. It is a genuine CCCA full classic. Awards: 2010 Geneva Concourse 1st place in class 2012 Amelia Island Concourse Best in Class 2nd 2012 Naples Car Show Best of Show 2014 Naples Car Show Best in Class 1st 2018 AACA National 1st place, Best in Class, designated Senior Award Classi
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1941 PACKARD 120 Step back in time with this classic 1941 Packard 120. This vintage beauty is sure to turn heads with its rich, brown exterior, a color that exudes a sense of timeless elegance and sophistication.Under the hood, you'll find a powerful 282 CID I8 engine, paired with a 3-speed manual transmission. Inside, the Packard 120 offers a comfortable and inviting tan cloth interior. The seats are spacious and supportive, providing a comfortable ride for both driver and passengers. The cloth material adds a
$40,000
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1953 PACKARD FLOWER CAR HEARSE I AM SELLING MY BUSINESS, EVERYTHING MUST GO. MAKE ME AN OFFER I CAN'T REFUSE. You are looking at a 53 Packard Flower Car Hearse that needs restoration. Give me a call so we can talk about how we can make my car yours. We have 2 of these that we are selling. We are selling both for one price. Only one comes with a title. Give me a call so we can talk about how we can make my car yours. I feel that my price of $2,500 (REDUCED DOWN FROM $3,000) for both vehicles is very realistic for a classic veh
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1938 PACKARD 120 4487-TPA " 1938 Packard 120 This 1938 Packard 120 stands as a rolling embodiment of automotive sophistication from a bygone era. Its stately burgundy maroon paint shimmers with classic elegance, a perfect complement to the sweeping lines and iconic Packard grille. The 16-inch chrome wire wheels, wrapped in period-correct whitewall Firestone tires, add another touch of timeless style. Details like the spotlight and front-mounted fog lights further enhance its vintage charm, while the gleaming c
$34,995
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1954 PACKARD CAVALIER Last of the straight-8 Packards. Mostly original car with one repaint in great colors. Strong-running 327 cubic inch straight-8 with 4-barrel carburetor. Unusual factory A/C, power steering and brakes. An attractive 50s cruiser thats not the same old thing.The Cavalier was Packards senior model in 1954, offering the traditional buyer the kind of luxury and quality that they had enjoyed since the 1930s. While is debatable whether that was part of Packards downfall, theres no arguing that even in
$19,900
1932 PACKARD 900 2 DR. COUPE SEDAN 1932 Packard 900 Coupe Sedan . This Packard is very rare being number 124 of 318 produced in a 900 Coupe Sedan body number 563. The car has gone through a high-quality complete restoration. Beautiful black paint with correct interior style. The car is gorgeous in detail and finish. This is a must for any collector. This vehicle is being sold as is, where is with no warranty, expressed written or implied. No allowance or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, def
$99,500
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1948 PACKARD STATION WAGON WOODY 1948 Packard Station Wagon Woody: A unique blend of luxury and practicality with its 288 cubic inch L-Head Inline 8 engine, 3-speed manual transmission, and distinctive 'woody' design featuring northern birch panels and steel frame.
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1937 PACKARD 115C Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to present this cool 1937 Packard 115C. Packard unveiled the 15th series for 1937 at the National Automobile Show in October of 1936. To raise an appeal, the company heavily marketed the phrase "finer cars at lower prices." Lose yourself in 1930's luxury with this beautiful sedan finished with a Packard Black exterior, and a Tan Vinyl. The back 'suicide doors' open to a very roomy, beautiful and very comfortable interior. In 1937, the company introduced t
$32,000
1936 PACKARD SERIES 1404 SUPER 8 COUPE ROADSTER CONVERTIBLE 1936 Packard Series 1404 Super 8 Coupe Roadster Convertible. Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884. A Truly Stunning Classic Packard. Excellent. Restored to very high standards. Previous long term collector ownership. Finished in striking Packard Cream with Tuscan Red Wheels and Pinstripe. Tan Cloth Top. Red Leather Interior. Spectacular Woodgrain Dashboard. Real wood door trim. The Super 8 rides on a 139-inch wheelbase. Powered by the Packard 384 cubic inch 150 horsepower Super 8 engine. Equipped with
$225,000
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1955 PACKARD PATRICIAN Big, handsome Packard sedan great for touring. Attractive period colors, lots of options, drives very well. Period aftermarket A/C, power windows, working self-leveling suspension. New WWW radials. A lot of Packard luxury for not a lot of cash!By the time this 1955 Packard Patrician was built, the writing was on the wall for one of Americas most famous automakers. But the guys building the cars didnt seem to notice, because theres a tangible feel of quality in this big sedan that you wouldnt exp
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1938 PACKARD 110 BUSINESS COUPE Step back in time with this stunning 1938 Packard 110 Business Coupe 1600. This classic beauty boasts a striking blue exterior that is sure to turn heads wherever you go. The interior is equally impressive with its comfortable beige cloth upholstery, offering a timeless appeal that greatly complements the car's overall aesthetic.Under the hood, you'll find a 245 CI I6 engine paired with a 3-speed manual transmission. This combination provides a driving experience that is both smooth and responsi
$33,000
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1949 PACKARD EIGHT CLUB SEDAN Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is please to present for sale, on consignment, this amazing 1949 Packard 8! 16 years of blissful ownership is coming to a close. The gorgeous black exterior over burgundy interior makes for a show stopper! The original restoration had a 472 cubic inch Cadillac engine that was replaced with a 500 cubic inch V8 from a 1970 Cadillac that produced 400hp. Prior to installation the engine was inspected and refreshed including timing chain, timing gear, oil pump, valv
$39,000
1923 PACKARD SINGLE SIX SERIES 126 RUNABOUT ROADSTER CONVERTIBLE 1923 Packard Single Six Series 126 “Runabout” Roadster Convertible. Body Style 233. Outstanding restoration to very high standards. CCCA (Classic Car Club of America) “Full Classic”. Wonderful provenance. This Packard was sold at auction from the estate of Roderic Blood of West Newton Massachusetts in 1966. The auction catalog stated the car was last used in 1950 it was original, complete and ran beautifully. The Runabout would be purchased by a Doctor who later had it restored. It has been look
$70,000
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1948 PACKARD EIGHT STATION SEDAN WOODY This 1948 Packard Eight Station Sedan Woody is a gorgeous post-war station wagon with fantastic curb appeal. While most of its luxury auto contemporaries had crumbled under the extreme economic conditions brought on by the Great Depression, Packard survived. In order to sell more cars during the Depression, Packard carved out a niche and began to offer scaled down models that were more affordable but still upscale. Put another way, the new Packards competed with the likes of Oldsmobile and Buick
$55,995
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1940 PACKARD 110 WOODY Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is privileged to be able to offer this very rare & highly collectible 1940 Packard 110 wood-bodied station wagon. The first Packard station wagon appeared in the fledgling "Six" model line in 1939 and the company sold 500 examples of the station wagon that first year. That popularity of the "Woody" station wagon prompted them to enlist the services of the long-established Hercules Body Company of Evansville, Indiana, for its 1940 wagons in both the 110
$155,000
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1942 PACKARD EIGHT SERIES 2021 CONVERTIBLE 1942 PACKARD EIGHT SERIES 2021 CONVERTIBLE COUPE This 1942 Packard Eight Series 2021 Convertible Coupe is a beautifully restored pre-war convertible that has great curb appeal and is a super fun car to take for a drive. When Packard debuted its 20th Series lineup of passenger cars for the 1942 model line on August 25, 1941, few could have imagined that they would become the last Packards off the production line for the next four years; and, even fewer people likely could have imagined that the reason why. Just a few short months after Packard'
$84,995
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1951 PACKARD 300 Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this survivor 1951 Packard 300. This patina'd Packard 300 sedan is a solid runner and ready for some restoration love or custom modification. The big inline eight runs well and the car drive pretty good. It can easily be driven daily as well. The 300 series Packard represented the upper mid-range Packard model and provided better appointments than the Packard 200 or the Packard 250 models. Power for the car comes from Packard's venerable Super Eigh
$12,500
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1951 PACKARD 200 ULTRA MATIC Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1951 Packard 250 Ultramatic Drive for sale. This Packard is black with gray interior. Ultramatic was the trademarked name of the Packard Motor Car Company's automatic transmission introduced in 1949 and produced until 1954. Packard was the first auto manufacturer to develop their own automatic transmission. This Packard is powered by the original inline V8 with the Ultramatic transmission. The seller tells us that it is still the original
$14,500
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1942 PACKARD 110 CONVERTIBLE Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is pleased to be able to offer this stunning 1942 Packard 110 Convertible. Originally delivered by Jones & Manske Inc., out of Redding, PA, on November 14, 1941, the Packard's were a sign of wealth & sophistication! Painted in a vibrant shade of blue, this classic beauty is sure to turn heads wherever it goes. The exterior color is nicely complemented by a tasteful blue/gray leather interior, offering a pairing of both style and comfort.Under the hood,
$69,000
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1951 PACKARD 200 CLUB SEDAN 1951 Packard 200 Club Sedan The Packard 200 was an automobile model produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan during model years 1951 and 1952. Models in the 200 designation represented the least expensive Packard model range, on the firm's shortest wheelbase, and least powerful 288ci 8-cylinder in-line engine. It replaced the Packard One-Twenty and the Packard One-Ten, and was renamed the Packard Clipper for the 1953 model year. The 1951 Packard 200 and 250 were introdu
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1956 PACKARD CARIBBEAN Style in the 1950s was abundant; a time when real design studio ideas found their way to the end product. The Packard Caribbean was introduced in 1953 as the top-of-the-line convertible model, built exclusively in limited quantities, fully optioned, and expensive! If you passed on a Cadillac Eldorado, it would cost you $1200 more to own the mighty Packard instead. Only 750 were made the first year, with fewer each year thereafter. Late to adopt the V8 architecture under the hood, Packard introdu
$109,900
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1953 PACKARD CARIBBEAN Designed by Richard Teaque with influence from the 1952 Pan American experimental sports car, the new 1953 Packard Caribbean was a mid-year introduction to the market. Clean, understated lines really make for a beautifully impressive, large convertible with simplicity reminiscent of a Dutch Darrin design. With a restyled front end, hood with forward scoop, cut out wheel wells accented with chrome trim, chrome wire wheels, and rear continental kit, it was large at eighteen feet long and 4,500 pou
$99,900
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1949 PACKARD 23RD SERIES CUSTOM PICKUP If you really know your Packard history, then you know they had some great pickups before WWII. However, this 1949 Packard pickup is a pure fantasy come to life. It's a custom-built pickup created from the 23rd Series cars - one of the most attractively streamlined designs of its era. You even get nice classic details like whitewall tires, Packard wire wheels, a classic bench seat interior, bright factory gauges, and the powerful straight-eight motor. What may just be the most impressive part is
$27,995
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1940 PACKARD 120 SEDAN 1940 Packard 120 Sedan Packard was never known for taking risks, and that's part of the marque's appeal today. The 120, which was smaller and less expensive than the senior Packard cars, was roughly equivalent to a Buick yet offered big car styling that's instantly recognizable. The tall grille with the Packard ridge at the top, long hood, and tasteful rounded bodywork all successfully blurred the lines between the 120 and its big brothers. The 120 was the car that saved Packard from the rav
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1940 PACKARD 110 Gateway Classic Cars Of Louisville is proud to digitally present this Stunning 1940 Packard 110.Introducing the classic 1940 Packard 110, a true gem of automotive history. This vehicle is a standout with its vibrant red exterior, a color that captures the spirit of its era. The interior is just as impressive, featuring a rich burgundy cloth that adds a touch of elegance and comfort to every ride.Under the hood, you'll find a 3 Speed I6 engine, a testament to the Packard's reputation for reliable
$22,000
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1948 PACKARD STANDARD EIGHT STATION SEDAN W 1948 PACKARD STANDARD EIGHT STATION SEDAN WOODY This 1948 Packard Standard Eight Station Sedan Woody is for someone who understands the difference between a car show and a concourse. That's because you have one of the rarest versions of arguably Packard's most impressive post-war designs. The 22nd series was one of the sleekest styles around, and the special Station Sedan debuted in 1948 to capitalize on it. In fact, the Station Sedan reflects the unique rounded design that was different from the traditional wagons. While there's a practical
$78,995
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1937 PACKARD TWELVE MODEL 1507-1039 COUPE-R 1937 PACKARD TWELVE MODEL 1507-1039 COUPE-ROADSTER This 1937 Packard Twelve Model 1507-1039 Coupe-Roadster is an absolutely gorgeous V-12 Packard with impressive CCCA touring history. 1937 was an important year for Packard, the American luxury automaker who rose to prominence building some of the finest automobiles on US roads for decades. Like all American automobile manufacturers in the early 30s, Packard suffered significantly from the poor economic conditions and effects of the Great Depression. However, unlike virtually all of its luxury ca
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1917 PACKARD TWIN SIX 2-25 SERIES TOURING 1917 Packard Twin 6 2-25 Series Touring When Packard, like many of the world's automotive manufacturers, turned its attention to designs for aircraft engines during World War I, it decided upon a V-12 configuration for its combination of compactness and power. Packard's brilliant chief engineer, Jesse Gurney Vincent, had another attribute in mind when he chose the 12-cylinder configuration for a road car: unmatched smoothness. Enzo Ferrari was so impressed with the smoothness of the Twin Six
$86,900
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1933 PACKARD EIGHT 5-PASSENGER COUPE This 1933 Packard Eight 5-Passenger Coupe is a beautifully restored pre-war cruiser and a Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) True Classic! From its modest beginnings in 1899, the Packard Motor Company garnered a reputation of high-quality, prestige, and luxury. In the years that followed, Packard trademarked it famous slogan "Ask the Man Who Owns One" and cemented itself atop America's luxury automakers including Cadillac, Marmon, Stutz, Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg, Peerless, and Pierce-Arrow. Howeve
$89,995
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1953 PACKARD CLIPPER Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this survivor 1953 Packard Clipper! Packard was always known for solid engineering and outstanding reliability. The 1953 Clipper continued that tradition with the addition of fresh styling and a focus on breaking into the crowded mid-range market. Featuring solid construction with a rust-free body and good chrome and trim, this car is in great condition. The big four door sedan is finished in cream over a grey cloth interior. Powered by a 288ci inl
$17,000
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1941 PACKARD 120 SERIES 1901 TOURING SEDAN 1941 Packard 120 1901 Touring Sedan Packard was never known for taking risks, and that's part of the marque's appeal today. The 120, which was smaller and less expensive than the senior Packard cars, was roughly equivalent to a Buick, yet offered big car styling that's instantly recognizable. The tall grille with the Packard ridge at the top, long hood, and tasteful rounded bodywork all successfully blurred the lines between the 120 and its big brothers. The 120 was the car that saved Packar
$18,900
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1940 PACKARD 110 BEAUTIFUL 1940 PACKARD 110 SEDAN. VERY CLEAN CAR. 79000 MILES. ENGINE PURRS LIKE A KITTEN. VERY NICE RIDE. The big Packard Model 110 is powered by the original 245ci flat head six-cylinder engine that has been completely rebuilt. The flat head provides 100 unleashed horsepower and runs like a silent Swiss watch. It is backed by a 3-speed synchronized manual transmission (2nd/3rd) with column shift. The chassis is equipped with manual steering, coil/leaf spring suspension and 4-wheel hydraulic dr
$12,995
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1935 PACKARD EIGHT PHAETON MODEL 1201 This 1935 Packard Eight Phaeton is a beautifully restored pre-war convertible that has been deemed a "Full Classic" by the Classic Car Club of America (CCCA). 1935 was a transitional year for Packard. The independent American luxury automaker had seemed to survive the effects of the Great Depression, which had claimed the end of (or would soon) many Packard contemporaries including Peerless, Marmon, Pierce-Arrow, Stutz, and Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg. See, when the Depression tanked the stock market
$149,995
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1948 PACKARD WAGON 1948 Packard Wagon This 1948 Packard Woody Wagon is an extremely rare and sought-after car that's ready for straightforward recommissioning. Tan with brown interior. Just out of long-term ownership and storage, it's ready for cosmetic and mechanical refurbishment. It wears an old restoration that shows somewhat tired paint and chrome. The wood is in overall good condition and the interior would benefit from a high level detailing. Nice and straight body and structurally sound. Not currently ru
$36,500
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1949 PACKARD SEDAN Straight eight engine, manual transmission, wire wheels and wide whitewall tires. Excellent black paint on straight clean body. Beautiful gold/brown interior. Runs and drives excellent. Shown by appointment.
$32,900
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1934 PACKARD EIGHT CONVERTIBLE SEDAN This 1934 Packard Eight Convertible Sedan is the beneficiary of an older restoration and is ready to be driven all summer long! When the first Packard was completed on November 6, 1899, the goal was to create a better automobile than a Winton motor carriage. Just a few short years later, the Packard Motor Company's slogan became "Ask the man who owns one" which would become the company famous tagline in the decades that followed. As the years went on, Packard became synonymous with luxury and qu
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1934 PACKARD TWELVE DIETRICH CONVERTIBLE SE 1934 PACKARD TWELVE DIETRICH CONVERTIBLE SEDAN This 1934 Packard Twelve Dietrich Convertible Sedan is an impeccably restored, well documented, custom bodied Packard and is perhaps the nicest example we've ever seen. In the years leading up to the Stock Market Crash of 1929, there were numerous luxury automakers prior to the Great Depression including names such as Cadillac, Marmon, Stutz, and Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg, along with the "Three P's" comprised of Peerless, Pierce-Arrow, and Packard. However, when the Stock Market crashed in 1929, bi
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1955 PACKARD PATRICIAN SEDAN 1955 Packard Patrician Sedan Though far from completely new, the 1955 Packard Patrician/Four Hundred/Executive received probably the most revolutionary face-lift of the 1950s. It represented a significant departure from previous practices, not only in styling, but in engineering as well. Those who condemn James Nance as a wrecker of the company are obliged to tell us what the old management he replaced would have delivered by 1955: As one Packard writer put it, there would probably have been
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1951 PACKARD 200 1951 PACKARD 4DR 1951 Packard 200 series 4dr deluxe sedan, good older exterior restoration, nice body and paint, re-chromed bumpers and grill, redone interior, www tires, straight 8cyl ultra-matic auto trans, runs and drives
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1954 PACKARD CLIPPER PANAMA Available now is this beautiful example of a 1954 Packard Super Clipper Panama wearing a 2 door hard top body dressed in a two-tone red and black paint. This car is in great condition and has already gone through a restoration about 8 years ago. This Packard is powered by the straight 8-cylinder engine mated to an automatic transmission. The interior has been refinished in black and red. Upon joining Packard from appliance manufacturer Hotpoint in 1952, president James Nance unveiled a new str
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1954 PACKARD CLIPPER 2 DR 1954 Packard Clipper 2dr sedan. Great, older restoration and very presentable. Nice body and paint...good looking color combo! Redone interior. Speedometer shows 67,xxx miles. Straight 8cyl engine with automatic transmission. Full wheel covers with whitewall tires. Original radio! Runs and drives.
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1930 PACKARD 733 SEDAN 1930 Packard 733 Sedan Packard or Packard Motor Car Company was an American luxury automobile company located in Detroit, Michigan. The first Packard automobiles were produced in 1899, and the last Packards were built in South Bend, Indiana in 1958. One of the "Three Ps" " alongside Peerless Motor Company, and Pierce-Arrow " the company was known for building high-quality luxury automobiles before World War II. Owning a Packard was considered prestigious, and surviving examples are found in
$24,900
1935 PACKARD HEARSE 1935 Packard Hearse ready for complete restoration! Call for more information.
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1938 PACKARD 1601-D DELUXE TOURING SEDAN This Packard is in Mint condition. Original owners manual included. Call or email for information. 1938 PACKARD 1601-D This 1938 Packard, 1601-D, four door touring sedan with dual side mounts, color Loyola Maroon, has been fully restored. Restoration was over a four period from 2012 through 2015. The work was done by Custom Auto Service, Santa Ana, CA. The car is in excellent running condition and has been well maintained. There is nothing for the new owner to do except get in the car, turn the
$129,995
1951 PACKARD 200 DELUXE SEDAN WITH OVERDRIVE 1951 Packard 200 Deluxe Sedan with Overdrive. Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884. Spectacular! Probably the finest unrestored original example in existence. Remember an automobile like a work of art can only be original once. This wonderful Packard was purchased new by a lady in Wichita Kansas. She would enjoy her Packard until 1965 when it was put into storage. Her estate would sell the beloved Packard in 2004. Today the odometer shows only 12,548 documented miles. We have the hand written Purchase
$39,900
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1937 PACKARD 120 SPORT COUPE 1937 Packard Sport Coupe, with rumble seat, beautifully restored, completely rust free, gorgeous Coachman Green paint, immaculate Gray broadcloth interior with amazing wood-graining, Gray leather rumble seat, brilliant chrome and trim, smooth and powerful 282 cu in 120 HP Straight 8 engine, 3-speed transmission, porcelain manifolds, deluxe heater, new radial tires, fully serviced and ready to drive, rare and stunning! Please call Carlo Connors at 610-505-8612, or email at comoco@comcast.net, o
$69,000
1929 PACKARD EIGHT SERIES 633 SEVEN PASSENGER SEDAN WITH OVERDRIVE 1929 Packard Eight Series 633 Seven Passenger Sedan with Overdrive. Exceptional Classic Era Packard. Restored. Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) “Full Classic”. The Series 633 rides on a 133.5-inch wheelbase. Powered by a 320 cubic inch straight eight which Packard rated at 90 horsepower. This Packard has been equip with an Overdrive for modern touring. Cruises easily at modern highway speed. 1929 was the first year Packard used a dashboard mounted temperature gauge, Packard designed shock abso
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1938 PACKARD ROLLSTON EIGHT 1668 ALL-WEATHE 1938 PACKARD ROLLSTON EIGHT 1668 ALL-WEATHER PANEL BROUGHAM This 1938 Packard Rollston Eight 1668 All-Weather Panel Brougham is a unique and rare custom-bodied coach with all of the finest elements of luxury. "Ask the man who owns one" was the tag-line for Packard back in 1938, however, '38 was a down year for Packard. Buyers of Packard's luxury automobiles were still recovering from the Great Depression and spending thousands of dollars on a new car was not the top priority for most. Nonetheless, Packard still remained atop of the hierarchy of independe
$99,995
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1940 PACKARD 110 COUPE 1940 Packard 110 Businessman Coupe For Sale Straight 6 Motor 3 Speed Manual TransmissionAdded Turn SignalsSome Extra Parts Included Follow This Link To Over 160 High Resolution Photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/DG5rn2XNdLToHx8v5 For Sale By Owner Located In West Babylon, NY WeBe Autos Specializes in Marketing and Advertising Muscle, Classic, Vintage and Specialty Cars. We offer Professional Photography, HD Movies, and Staging that Sells Cars. Let us showcase and sell your specialty car. Please v
$21,995
1948 PACKARD 8 SERIES 2262 DELUXE LINE 4 DOOR SEDAN 1948 Packard Deluxe Line, Model 2262, 4 Door Sedan. Packards for 1948 and 1949 were pretty much the same. This Packard is an original with virtually no rust or dents. The car appears to be complete. Very straight body, some good glass. Cherry grille and bumpers. Engine is an 8 cylinder, but is stuck, and is rusted solid. I don't know if the engine is saveable. But, who knows? Nice dash, decent seat covers. there is rust out in the front floor boards, but not too bad. NOTE: MOST OF THESE
$2,995
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1952 PACKARD FLOWER CAR HEARSE I AM SELLING MY BUSINESS, EVERYTHING MUST GO. MAKE ME AN OFFER I CAN'T REFUSE. You are looking at a 52 Packard Flower Car Hearse that needs restoration. Give me a call so we can talk about how we can make my car yours. We have 2 of these that we are selling. We are selling both for one price. Give me a call so we can talk about how we can make my car yours. I feel that my price of $2,500 (REDUCED DOWN FROM $3,000) for both vehicles is very realistic for a classic vehicle like this one with the p
$2,500
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1936 PACKARD 120 COUPE 1936 Packard 120 Business Coupe For Sale 8 Cylinder Engine Contact Us For More InformationFor Sale by Owner, and Located in France, Europe WeBe Autos Specializes in Marketing and Advertising Muscle, Classic, Vintage and Specialty Cars. We offer Professional Photography, HD Movies, and Staging that Sells Cars. Let us showcase and sell your specialty car. Please visit our website for more details. Keep in Touch, Michael Runnalls Specialty Car Marketing & Media WeBe Autos Ltd. Long Island, NY 11780
$59,995
1935 PACKARD SUPER EIGHT TOURING 4 DR. SEDAN 1935 Packard 4 Door Sedan - dual side mounts - 350 completely redone engine, was Green but repainted to Ivory. This beautiful 1935 Packard features dual side mounts, Chevrolet motor and transmission — crate engine. A really good 350 Chevrolet. Automatic Chevrolet motor with a fancy shifter. This is a nice, original car that’s been repainted and the original upholstery is in very good condition. If you’re looking for an eye-catching car from the thirties that will breeze down the Interstat
$39,980
1941 PACKARD 180 LEBARON This 1941 Packard One-Eighty LeBaron is one of 99 examples produced and 20 known survivors. Formerly owned by Harrah’s Automobile Collection and Richard Gold. Only 48,000 actual miles sympathetic and well maintained restoration. Among the last and most beautiful “semi- custom” Packards. Classic Car Club (CCCA) Full Classic. Most of the coachbuilder LeBarons final catalogued Packard offerings were formal limousines, which were to be driven by a chauffer. However, in 1941 only, an “owner driver” v
1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN For 1955, Packard introduced an all new overhead valve V8 to replace their antiquated straight 8 to compete directly with Cadillac. In top spec as found in their most expensive model, the Caribbean, the 352cid version featured Rochester dual 4-barrel carburetors and was rated at an impressive 275hp with 355 ft/lbs of torque, which topped Cadillac's heavier Eldorado by 5hp and 10 ft/lbs. The Caribbean also featured Packard's highly advanced torsion level suspension, which soaks up any road surfac
$94,500
1936 PACKARD V12 COUPE The V-12 Packard was produced from 1933 to 1939 with over 35,000 in production. In 1936, Packard made 682 cars in the 14th series. This beautiful 5-passenger coupe, model 1407 originally sold for $3,990.00. In the 1936 model year, Packard employed 5,100 production workers of which half were assigned to the Senior Packards (Eight, Super Eight and Twelve). This was to insure the Packard hallmark of quality. The only visual differences between the Fourteenth and Twelfth series (there was no Thirtee
$265,000
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1949 PACKARD SUPER DELUXE EIGHT LWB SEDAN 7 PASSENGER DELUXE 'ALERT--ALERT----PROJECT CAR---NEEDS ADDITIONAL RESTORATION' This post war, oversized family sedan is an unrestored example of Packard's roomy, long wheel base, luxury vehicle. It has a 327cid inline 8cylinder engine and 3spd manual transmission. In total this series of long wheel based Packards numbered only 865 units. This car will undoubtedly need substantial restoration due to the vehicles long storage. Mileage stated in listing is the odometer reading only not to be interpreted as certified
$15,500
1956 PACKARD CLIPPER CUSTOM 4 DR SEDAN 352 overhauled motor, automatic trans, has new paint, interior, exhaust and wide white tires. A solid car.
$14,900
1948 PACKARD 2 DR Very restorable, have engine
$2,700
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