Patrician is an automobile which was built by the Packard Motor Car
Company of Detroit, Michigan, from model years 1951 through the
1956. During its six years in production, the Patrician was built
in Packard's in the Packard Detroit facilities. The highest trim
level available was the Packard Patrician 400. The Patrician 400
replaced the previous model year's Super 8 model range. The car was
easily identified from other Packard's by its chrome trim; in 1951
the model featured three chrome ports on its rear fender. The
Patrician 400 was available only as a premium, four-door sedan,
outfitted with high-grade upholstery and chrome trimming within. If
you're looking for a blast from the past cruiser, your search ends
here! This 1951 Packard Patrician is powered by a 350 CI V8 engine
and a 2-speed automatic transmission. The Blue exterior paint is in
good condition. Climb in and take a seat on the cozy blue and tan
cloth interior, and in good condition overall, showing little to no
signs of wear both on the seats and the door-panels. The headliner
is tucked around nice and tight in all corners and doesn't have any
"drooping". Sit up front and find your eyes instantly drawn to the
dash, chrome gauges, and trim running throughout it. All this sits
on a set of white wall, radial tires! This 1951 Packard Patrician
is offered by our Indianapolis Showroom and can be seen in greater
detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at
www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call
our knowledgeable staff at (317) 688-1100 or email us at
1951 Packard Patrician
Exterior Color:Navy Blue
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