For 1955, The Packards top of the line 2 door hardtop was given the 400 moniker. Easily identifiable by the full color band running along the lower portion of the car, topped by a partial color band that truncated along the rear edge of the front doors. The “Four Hundred” in gold anodized script adorn the front band between the front wheel well and the door edge. This believed to be 83K mile,
a beautifull Packerd from 1952, in good condition.Solid car with only a little rust. Interior needs attention, and chroom has a few little dents.Body nr 2592-4804. Biggest choice in REAL Classic Cars in "the Stolze Collection" , with more than 450 in stock.! from a project to perfect .!
For many this is the last of the great Packards. So to find a 1950 Packard Eight that has been preserved, driven, and maintained means this is a distinctive sedan that loves Sunday drives. So when something this appealing is also affordable, then it's worth a closer look. You paid a premium for a Packard, and it's because they offered a mix of top quality and a design like no other c
Legendary Packard prestige and luxury made affordable was the 250's mission in 1951, and as this elegant, sporting convertible demonstrates, it's just as true today. Only 2572 Series 250 convertibles were built in 1951, making this a rare car with legendary straight-8 power and undeniable Packard presence. The all-new 250 was designed to be a low-cost Packard, but everything's relative
The 1956 Packard Caribbean convertible is one of the most beautiful, romantic late model Packards ever built. The major Caribbean styling began with the 1956 series, changes to the 1956 were minimal. The Dopper hooded head lights were new, the rear edge of parking lamps rounded, and the Caribbean script colored in gold. A new Packard airscoop bumper was used, also the new 3 tone color combinati
The Caribbean’s bodywork looks great and is straight and solid, the engine bay is immaculate, the battery appears fresh, the trunk is in good order and the bumpers fit well to the car’s body, including the Dagmar up front. Inside, the car boasts a striking tri-tone interior, white, light green and dark green (code 93). The bench seats are in excellent order, as is the dark green carpet. The gr
1955 Packard Clipper four door sedan,out of lengthy storage.It has a solid body,decent paint,nice chrome,and presentable original interior.The factoryV8 and automatic transmission perform as they should .Ask the man who owns one!