Wonderful, largely original condition
Presents with charming patina
Only 58,857 actual miles!
Just released from a private Packard museum
Desirable Packard 120 Touring Sedan
Correct 282ci 8-cylinder engine
Stunning color combination
Unrestored original interior
Includes receipts and invoices dating back to 1976
Goddess of Speed Hood Ornament
Packard Fog Lamps
Glovebox Lid Clock
Wheel Trim Rings
Perfect for a vintage rally or tour
One of the best examples that can be found on the market today!
A collector’s dream
The 1937 Packard 120 Touring Sedan featured here is finished in stunning Aztec Olivine Brown over a wonderfully preserved tan interior. This particular example spent many years in Colorado and more recently was just released from a private Packard Museum in Michigan. Today this Packard remains largely original, displaying only 58,857 actual miles and is exhibiting the type of patina that one would expect to see on an unrestored 80 year old motorcar. This stunning Packard is accompanied by various receipts and invoices that date back to the mid 1970’s which document the mileage in addition to the some of the meticulous care that it has received throughout its life. We are proud to offer this largely original 15th series Packard 120 Touring Sedan to the most astute collector, investor or enthusiast who appreciates the legacy of this great American marque. Ready to make an investment that you can actually enjoy? Classic cars have proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years with the Historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013, 16% in 2014 and 17% in 2015 while posting gains of 467% over the last 10 years. Please contact one of our expert sales consultants at [email protected] or (314) 291-7000 for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description and answer any questions you may have. Trades welcome. Financing available. Buy with confidence.
HISTORY OF THE PACKARD 120 TOURING SEDAN
Packard unveiled the 15th series for 1937 at the National Automobile Show in October of 1936. To raise appeal, the company heavily marketed the phrase “finer cars at lower prices.” A new 6-cylinder (internally classified as the 115-C) drew a lot of praise for its innovation and level of comfort that Packard customers were accustomed to. The Packard 120 8-cylinder models appeared virtually the same as the 6-cylinder 115 models except the interior, which was more lavishly appointed. With both the 6 cylinder and the 120 models drawing up so much interest, Packard offered an incredible array of different bodies and styles to choose from. Body style 1092, the 120 Touring Sedan, proved to be a popular model that offered practicality, luxury, style and speed at a modest price. Packard’s strategy paid off in 1937 with sales of the 115-C and the 120 leading to Packard’s largest year of production ever. Today, the Packard 120 models are praised in collector car circles, with unrestored examples proving highly desirable.
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