When observing the quality of fit and finish found on this astounding 1937 Packard 120 Sedan, it is easy to see why Packard ultimately put themselves out of business by building a car of such quality that buyers were discouraged from upgrading to newer models.
This example is in original trim and has never been restored. A rare sight for a car that is 81 years old. A true survivor, and although some may decide to restore this car, I personally would not. Survivor car prices have soared in the last two years even surpassing restored vehicle prices.
A car is original only once, a good clean up and touch ups is all I would do.
She has an 130 bhp, eight-cylinder engine, three-speed manual floor shift transmission, independent front suspension with semi floating rear and semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes.
Her engine runs smooth and quiet.
These Packards don't come up often and let alone in original unmolested format. Don't miss out and invest today in this stunning piece of motoring history.