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Engine: Straight EightTransmission: 3 Speed ManualMileage: 167 ( undocumented )
Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is proud to present this show-stopping classic. This is a 1936 Packard 120. Packard produced the 120 from 1935 to 1937 in their first run. This Packard is special in that this sedan is also a convertible! This was one of their more expensive models at $1,395 among other sedans and a club coupe. This beauty is in excellent condition all the way around. Not only is it in fantastic cosmetic condition but it drives beautifully as well. Powered by a rebuilt L head inline 8 engine, this 120 produced approximately 110bhp from the factory. This Packard received a frame off restoration that looks as though it was born yesterday. The blue paint on this Packard is in excellent condition. All body panels line up flush and straight. The numbers matching engine is just as clean as the exterior on this one. All of the glass on this Packard is virtually flawless. This Packard rides on four whitewall Firestone tires. The chrome on this 120 has outstanding luster and looks like new. The back seat of this Packard is spacious and has armrests. The luggage compartment in the rear is pristine. Perfect for a collector or someone looking to have a piece of history, this Packard will only appreciate over the years. Drive off in this true classic today! Features on this Packard include AM radio, manual convertible top, leather interior, kill switch, and white wall tires. To see a video of this 1936 Packard 120 in action , please visit http://gatewayclassiccars.com/fort-lauderdale/1936/packard/120-S598.html.
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Engine: 250 I6Transmission: 4-Speed AutomaticMileage: 100 ( since rebuilt )
Now for sale in our Houston Showroom is this MONSTOROUS 1940 Packard Custom. This classic suburban is absolutely a head turner and sure to be king of the road. With a complete restoration being completed on this beauty, she is ready to roll. Powering this big machine is a new 250 I6 with only a little over 100 miles on it since it’s been installed. The transmission is original to the car with no need for a rebuild as it is in full operating order. Even the body panels to the car are original and have just been refurbished to bring this old beauty back to life. The chrome trim through the car is in good condition. The car sits on a set of clean, and classy wide white wall tires accented by the chromed hub caps. Looking at the interior you will see there is more than enough space for a large group of family and friends. While remaining original to the era the upholstery is a nice maroon color and does not have any major rips or tears. If you really want to be taken back to the ‘40s look at the speedometer. Unlike the ones today moving in increments of 10 or 20 this one just goes to 10. It would make for a nice joke if you were to get pulled over, just explain to the office that you were only going 8 MPH according to your speedometer. With plenty of leg room for the whole family this classic ride still has more space to give. The trunk is plenty big to fit some groceries or a couple bags if your interested in going for a weekend drive. For even more information on this 1940 Packard Custom located in our Houston showroom come by and see us or contact the showroom at (832)243-6220 or email the showroom at Houston@GatewayClassicCars.com
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Engine: 356 CID Straight 8Transmission: 3 Speed ManualMileage: 77,453 ( undocumented )
This beautiful 1940 Packard Super Eight 160 Sedan is for sale in our Detroit showroom. In 1939 Packard decided to build on a shorter wheelbase than Packard before it. This gives the 1940 Packard a great stance and stands out as a very iconic vehicle. The 1940 160 featured a new engine which is the L-head straight eight 356 CID which made 160 hp @ 3300 rpm and used aluminum pistons, cast iron head, Stromberg Carburetor, and Autolite ignition. This Packard is in good condition and is a fantastic driver with great potential to be a mint vehicle. The Black paint on the vehicle seems to be done in the last 10 years and shows very well on this big fender Packard. The outside of the vehicle is matched very well to the interior of the car in red cloth interior and is also in good original condition. This Packard is powered by an inline 8-cylinder motor and followed by a smooth shifting 3 on the tree manual transmission that is ready to hit the open road. This 1940 Packard 160 is a great 40’s classic that is ready for years of enjoyment. To view this fantastic Packard 160 Sedan in greater detail please visit us at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information please feel free to call our friendly staff at 313-982-3100.
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Engine: Straight 8Transmission: 2 Speed AutoMileage: 79,290 ( undocumented )
Go Pack(ard) GO!!!! We have an awe inspiring 1950 Packard Deluxe 8. This is decked out to commemorate the Green Bay Packers. It features a 356ci Straight 8 with a 2 speed auto trans. Take this beauty tailgating to all the games, you will not be disappointed in the amount of heads that will turn while driving this beauty! Although the postwar Packards sold well, the ability to distinguish expensive models from lower-priced models disappeared as all Packards, whether sixes or eights, became virtually alike in styling. Further, amid a booming seller's market, management had decided to direct the company more to volume middle-class models, thus concentrating on selling lower-priced cars instead of more expensive—and more profitable—models. Worse, they also tried to enter the taxi cab and fleet car market. The idea was to gain volume for the years ahead, but that target was missed: Packard simply was not big enough to offer a real challenge to the Big Three, and lacked the deep pockets with which a parent company could shelter them, as well as the model lineup through which to spread the pricing. As a result, Packard's image as a luxury brand was further eroded. As Packard lost buyers of expensive cars, it could not find enough customers for the lesser models to compensate. The shortage of raw materials immediately after the war—which was felt by all manufacturers—hurt Packard more with its volume business than it would have had it had focused on the specialty luxury car market. This vehicle is located in our Milwaukee showroom. You can view this 1950 Packard Deluxe 8 in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (262)-891-4253 or email us at Milwaukee@gatewayclassiccars.com.
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