Gateway Classic Cars Houston Showroom is excited to offer this
custom 1941 Packard Street Rod Coupe. Packard is a name not seen
all that often running down the road today. This would certainly be
something not everyone has, which would make you stand out from the
rest of the crowd at your local car meet. Backed by a 401 CID V8
powerplant horsepower is not an issue for this classic car. The
motor is out of a '72 Chevy and features a competition 292 cam,
Edlebrock carburetor, and HEI distributor with crossfire cap. Keep
the big motor cool is a Walker cobra Z-series 4-core radiator and
electric fan. The transmission is a 700R4 out of a 1988 Chevrolet
Camaro Z28. The owner has even provided us with a complete
breakdown of the car and how it was built given to him by the
previous owner. This comes in handy when adding this car to your
collection as it allows you to have a good guideline as to how
things were done and which parts to use. Painted in a PPG Hondgras
Blue mixed with some white and gray, this car certainly stands out
when driving down the road. Bringing that gray color into the car,
8 leather hides were used to upholster this car giving it a more
modern looks on the inside. If you are looking for a car to jump in
and go for a nice cruise, this is the way to go. For more
information on this 1941 Packard Street Rod for sale, to see all
the HD pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at
this direct link: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/show/HOU/1616.
You may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220 or email us at
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