Five months before the JFK assassination, a high school kid in Farmington Maine, pulled his car into the garage and turned the key off. June of last year, 2017, (54 years it has rested), it rumbled to life and before the summer ended was driving down the road, all components working, even the vacuum wipers and dash lights. It still needs an exhaust system. It hasn't been washed yet and still has some stuff to attend to- one headlight, broken drivers glass, inside door handles, and I am sure others. It all depends on the level you want it to be. It runs really good with good power with no noises or smoking. It shifts well and stops well with new brake lines hoses and cylinders and refurbed original gas tank ($700). It has two valuable original options-- the Goddess of Speed hood ornament and-- the banjo steering wheel (in beautiful original condition).
Remember, it has 100 horses, even though it is a six-- the fabulous Ford V8 was only 85 horses.
Will be happy to answer questions.
Thanks for viewing.
|“High school student pulled his coupe into the garage to go to medical school in June 1963, after his whole career and retired, he decided to address the Packard and the decision was to sell. I bought and brought it to life. As found, not even washed, but now running, driving, stopping. Minimal rust and worn original interior, but usable..” |
| Year: || 1937 || VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): || 1088-2349 |
| Mileage: || 53,408 || Make: || Packard |
| Number of Cylinders: || 6 || Model: || Model 115-C |
| Transmission: || Manual || Trim: || 3 window coupe hydraulic brakes |
| Vehicle Title: || Clear || Engine: || 100 hp |
| Fuel Type: || Gasoline |