Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is proud to present this
pretty 1940 Packard 110 in a dark green on brown interior. Think
for a moment about what was going on in the world when this Packard
was assembled new. The attack on Pearl Harbor was still over a year
away, and war raged on in Europe. The United States still retained
a sense of innocence if you will, later shattered by the attack on
Pearl Harbor, dragging us into World War II. Packard was a symbol
of American pride- right up there there with Cadillac and Lincoln.
This prewar example is a nice reminder of those happier times
before automotive assembly lines were stopped to allow for aircraft
production etc. The hood ornament alone is a work of art! This
stately Packard is powered by the inline 6-cylinder engine and a
3-speed manual transmission, both rebuilt 2000 miles ago. The dark
green exterior paint looks good. Climb in and take a seat on the
cozy tan interior- in good condition overall, showing little wear
both on the seats and the door-panels. The tan headliner is tucked
around nice and tight in all corners and doesn't have any drooping.
As you're climbing in, your eyes are instantly drawn to the
beautiful dash board. Cars like this are fun to cruise around town
with, go to local shows in, a picnic, or parade. Some even drive
1940 Packard 110
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