This 1942 Packard is one of only two remaining and has only 77,141
documented miles. This untouched and only cosmetically restored
Cavalier Maroon Packard was delivered on December 11, 1941 to
Forrest Gill in Chillicothe, Missouri. Twenty years later in 1961,
it was sold to David Campbell also of Chillicothe and sold in 1973
to Jack Finden of Topeka, Kansas. Being body # 51 out of some 100
Senior Clippers built, it is the earliest example to survive. The
other 180 Clipper known to exist is # 61 that resides in
Wilmington, Delaware. This rare piece of automotive history earned
"Premier Senior Winner" First Prize CCCA National Competition.
Options include electromatic clutch, overdrive, center-mounted
rotary antenna, trippe lights, dual Packard script back up lights,
push button Philco radio, two heaters, defroster, bumper end tips,
vanity mirror, correct Packard fender skirts and the one-year only
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