Gateway classic cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1937
Packard 120 Touring sedan. Packard unveiled the 15th series for
1937 at the National Automobile Show in October of 1936. To raise
an appeal, the company heavily marketed the phrase "finer cars at
lower prices." Lose yourself in 1930's luxury with this beautiful
sedan finished with a Packard Ivory exterior, and a brown cloth
interior. The back 'suicide doors' open up to a very roomy,
beautiful and very comfortable interior. In 1937, the company
introduced the Packard Six, the first six-cylinder Packard in ten
years. Backed by a floor mounted 3-speed manual transmission.
According to the owner, this car was a frame-up restoration in the
mid 90's. In 2020, the owner had the engine, transmission, etc.
inspected by a mechanic and everything is up to running order.
Don't miss your chance to own this beautiful historic automobile!
This 1937 Packard is offered by our Detroit 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 (313) 982-3100 or email us at
1937 Packard 120
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