This beautiful 1949 Packard station sedan has undergone a thorough nut and bolt restoration. Powered by the famous Packard straight-8 engine, displacing 288 C.I. and producing 135 HP, the ride is exceptionally smooth. Inside, the leather has been completely redone to better than new standards. Paint and brightwork are flawless, as is the attention to detail given to the engine compartment.This local California car is exemplary. The Northern Maple wood has a beautiful finish. A total of only 3,864 station sedans were built between 1948-1950. This Packard has won numerous first place awards and is ready to be reliably driven and proudly shown. The panel fitment is exceptional and so is the attention to detail that is eveident throughout the car. The motor idles so smooth and produces plenty of torque to comfortably power the car. This is a very rare car to start with and it is estimated less than 10% produced survive today. This example may well be the nicest one left.