Sunday, January 8, 2017

1939 Classic Packard 120

This is a vintage 1939 Packard photographed at a Concours d'elegance! Every square inch of this beautiful Packard has been restored to perfection.

Packard basically went out of business because they took the time to make an excellent product and, because they bought Studebaker, couldn't get it to compete with Chevrolet and they tanked.

 Just before this model, Packard did away with the floor shifter and moved it to the steering column. You could get "happily involved" with one of these, brand new for about two grand at the time.

Today, a collector might, just might be able to locate a replacement "ash tray" for two grand!

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