Please visit www.Survivor-Cars.com for additional photos,
information and a video. It is hard to beat the curves of an old
Packard. This 1942 Packard 110 convertible is a rare beauty due to
the war. Packard turned all of its production to war time efforts
in 1942, which drastically reduced the number of cars produced for
that model year. This Packard is painted in a stunning bright red
paint that pairs nicely with the beige canvas top with glass back
window. The chrome accents that adorn this car from front to rear
really make it catch the eye. Drop the top and reveal a lovely
two-tone red and beige interior with split bench seat and column
shift. Everything inside this Packard is unique. From the curved
shifter handle, the chrome radio above an accented speaker in the
middle of the dash, the intricately designed banjo style steering
wheel, and square knob pulls. Under the hood is left stock with the
inline 6-cylinder engine mated to a 3-speed manual. The 110 emblem
has chrome trim that hides the pull to release each hood side, and
they look great when raised together. Wide white wall radial tires
are mounted on painted steel wheels with chrome Packard caps. The
trunk is clean and spacious for car show chairs and a cooler!
Inside the trunk is a matching white wall spare tire, just in case.
You can't look anywhere on this car and not find a piece of chrome
trim or the Packard script nearby. This car was pure luxury in 1942
and is about as classy as they come in 2021. The hood ornament is a
lovely swan with its wings spread above it that really fits the
feel of this car. This vehicle is eligible for an Extended Service
Contract through Classic Vehicle Protection. Please visit
www.Survivor-Cars.com/warranty for more information. For additional
information on this and our other classic and collectible cars for
sale, please visit www.Survivor-Cars.com. For assistance, please
call the office at 941-845-4461, text our cell phones at
813-358-8830, or email us at [email protected] We are located
between Tampa and Sarasota. We are 90 minutes from Orlando and Fort
Myers. If you are unable to come view the vehicle for yourself, we
highly recommend you send in a third party inspector on your
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