Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is excited to offer This 1937
Packard Six for sale. The Packard was still the premier luxury
automobile in 1937. Hoping to catch more of the market, Packard
decided to issue the Packard 115C in 1937, which was powered by
Packard's first six-cylinder engine since 1928. The six-cylinder
Packard Six was conceived in the Depression-wracked Thirties and
was an medium-priced car, it possessed many of the esteemed
marque's qualities. It was a clear-cut sales success, too! This
Packard is still powered by a Straight 6 with a 3 speed
transmission. All the Panels are believed to still be original!
Painted in Black with a fully restored Tan leather Interior and a
beautifully done wood dash, this Packard takes you right back to
1937! While completing the Interior they made sure to update the
exterior with new running board skids, New vinyl Black Top, 4 new
White Wall Tires all with new Hub Caps bringing this Packard back
to life and showing it still has plenty of miles left to go! To
view this 1937 Packard Six in greater detail, including HD pictures
and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our
Philadelphia showroom. For more information, please call
856-599-4100 or email [email protected]
1937 Packard Six
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