This 1938 Packard 120 convertible is finished in pale yellow with a
green convertible top and green leather interior. The Packard was
treated to a custom build in the early 2010s. Under the hood lies
an updated 327ci Thunderbolt inline-8 engine topped by an Edelbrock
4-barrel carburetor and bored .30 over. Since being rebuilt the
engine has been driven less than 100 miles and features a 12-volt
electrical conversion. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a
manual transmission, and the Packard features an upgraded braking
system with power discs as well as a power steering system. The
pale green wheels have been wrapped in wide whitewall radials. The
exterior has been modified with a mesh grille, Packard Victoria
bumpers, custom "Blue-Dot" headlight trim, driver spotlight and
dual amber driving lights. There are fender skirts covering the
rear wheels and the dual side-mount front tires feature rearview
mirrors perched on top. The Packard 120 convertible is built on a
120-inch wheelbase and features an independent front suspension
known as the "Safe-T-Flex" axle.
1938 Packard 120
Exterior Color:PALE YELLOW
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