1957 Packard Clipper 4 door Sedan Car is original from bumper to bumper except tires. Bought new and been in family for 2 generations. 4-door Sedan Clipper, has a 289 V/8 Supercharger system. Excellent condition inside and out.
This Packard Classic was purchased new in 1957 and was driven on a limited bases due to an illness of the owner. After his death his wife sold the car to another family member. The car was kept in the garage and was again driven on a limited bases.
The new owner belonged to a local car club and drove the car for special occasions such as parades, rodeos, and area celebrations for many years. The couple showed the car and won several ribbons and trophies with this classic car. The car has been kept in a garage and covered while not in use.
The car was in good running order but after the death of the second owner was passed on to a third family member who is retiring soon because of health issues. The family of the current owner does not want the car and that is why it is being sold. The car is kept in a garage and is driven regularly.
The car is original except for the tires. For additional information contact the current owner through ClassicCars.com
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