1953 Packard Caribbean convertible; 1 of only 750 built in 1953,
This award winning restoration is spectacular and fresh completed
in 2014. Fully rebuilt solid original Texas car (no rust) using
many N.O.S. parts. It is powered by the Packard Thunderbolt 327
ci./180 hp. flathead straight eight engine coupled to the
Ultramatic automatic transmission. Options include; power steering,
power brakes, functional hood scoop, new power top, power windows
and seat. The car is flawlessly finished in Matador Maroon, with
complementary full leather interior and mirror like chrome trim
just recently done at huge expense. All is accent with General Dual
90 wide white wall tires and Continental kit. 2 Packard Service
Manuals are included along with a California Car Cover. Paint,
Glass & all brightwork are amazing on this highly prized example.
These rarely present outside the usual big-block auctions but is
the subject of an estate sale. As you consider your Packard
investments, this is a really exceptional car with all the best
details. It's a huge draw wherever it goes seemingly. Owner tells
stories of people pulling over when he got gas for a photo opp with
it! No disappointments. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1953 Packard Caribbean
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