Our St Louis Showroom is proud to offer this 1947 Packard Clipper
Custom Super Eight. Packard is known for their superior The Custom
Super Clipper made its debut when Packard resumed production after
world war II. It boasted Packard's largest engine, a 165-bhp
356-cubic-inch straight eight with a nine-main-bearing crankshaft
and silent hydraulic valve lifters. This very luxurious Custom
Super Eight Clipper sports a soft and plush cloth interior with
wood trim. The interior in this ride is in great overall shape and
appears to be original. This vehicle also has Packard's
electromagnetic clutch, which is identified by a red clutch pedal.
This vacuum and electric relay operated mechanism was offered from
1941-1950. It eliminates the need to use the clutch pedal on
upshifts after takeoff. However, the driver must still shift the
gears manually and use the clutch pedal when coming to a stop or
downshifting. Very neat stuff coming from a car out of the 40s. The
paint on this black beauty is in great shape like the rest of the
car and the color fits it perfectly. Give us a call today to make
this one yours! This 1947 Packard Clipper Custom Super Eight can be
seen in great detail including 100+ HD Pictures and an HD video at
gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information please call our
knowledgeable staff at (618)271-300 or email us at
[email protected] The St Louis showroom is located at
1237 Central Park Drive, O'fallon Illinois 62269. Video:
1947 Packard Clipper
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