1942 Packard Super Eight One-Sixty Touring Sedan, S/N 15712121, Deep Black Cherry exterior with beige broadcloth interior. This 160, model 2005, body number 1571 and the 20th series used Packard’s longest chassis, 148”! Equipped with their new inline 8 cylinder engine making 165hp and 3 speed column shift transmission with electric overdrive. This engine was rebuilt by Packard specialist, Rick Engquist of McPherson, Kansas and all systems maintained and refurbished by Packard specialists as needed to make this a turn-key, perfectly drive-able Packard that is need of nothing. Special features include: dual side mounted spare tires, overdrive, front & rear bumper guards, AM radio (rebuilt), defroster & heater, clock and rear fold out “occasional seats” that make this a comfortable 7 passenger touring car. Plaqued by the Classic Car Club of America as a Premier Senior First Class winner in National Competition, this is a very special Packard that was one of the last manufactured before they shifted the factory over to WWII supply production. “Ask the man who owns one”.
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