“Impressively styled…elegantly upholstered…distinctively color harmonized…the new Packard is designed to reflect your pride in the finest.” So stated Packard ads of the era – discover for yourself that nothing on earth rides like a 1950s Packard, especially with its self-leveling rear suspension.
Studebaker-Packard Corporation, as it was known in 1955, revived the 400 nameplates, previously part of the Patrician line, that same year. This new edition of the 400 was part of the Senior line at Packard, and specifically referred to the line’s two-door hardtop, a version produced only in 1955 and 1956. The 400 received the larger of the two brand-new OHV V-8s that debuted at Packard in 1955.
The magnificent 1955 Packard 400 featured here is finished in gorgeous turquoise blue over Packard Ivory with a beautiful gray and turquoise blue interior. This incredible motorcar was just released from a prominent private collection where it had been beautifully restored with no expense spared, showing over $83,000 in receipts. We are proud to offer this investment-grade Packard show car for the most discerning collector, investor, or enthusiast who appreciates a well-restored classic.