Here's a rare chance to own a running and driving survivor 1927
Packard Six Series 426. It is finished in two-tone brown with black
fenders, and a gray cloth interior. It is a 126'' wheelbase car.
This beautiful Packard has been sitting in a dry climate-controlled
garage for the past 61 years. All glass is in great shape without
any cracks or major imperfections. Most of the paint will shine up,
minus the paint that has flaked off on the front fenders. Under the
hood is a 289 CID Inline 6 cylinder that's paired to a 3-speed
manual transmission. This Packard will start on its own. It runs
smooth and is drivable around the parking lot. It will need some
work to be road-worthy again. The interior is a beautiful and
luxurious example offered in the style of the late 1920s. The front
is comfortable with necessary controls and gauges. The back is very
spacious, the window shades are all there, and retractable cord
cigarette lighters. The interior door handle and window cranks will
remind you of your great-grandma's silverware. The headliner and
interior are in amazing shape for the age and are untouched. This
car overall is an amazing find and in great shape for the age being
unrestored. This is one car that any serious collector will be
proud to own. Give us a call at 763-999-1098 / 763-434-6565 or
email ''[email protected]'' to inquire about this 1927 Packard
Six Series 426. WE ARE OPEN TO TRADES AND FINANCING IS AVAILABLE!
1927 Packard Six
Location:Ham Lake, Minnesota
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