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This 1939 Packard 120 Club Sedan is in great condition with new upholstery minus a headliner. The body is perfect and in grey paint. The dash and seats are very nice. The motor runs great but reverse is going out. You can back up but it slips out of gear. Also, the car has its original overdrive which presently is not working. Also, the gas gauge, windshield wipers and handbrake need repair. This is a clean and well-kept original car. The chrome is mostly good with a little rust but nothing that could not be cleaned up. The car has a special Earle C Anthony flying lady (no outstretched arms holding a tire).
The previous owner told us that it was - after being purchased in 1939 - shipped to the Philippines where it may have fallen into the hands of the Japanese and then after the war was returned to California. We could not find a record of a 1939 120 Club Sedan in the Packard forum nor could we find any record that they made junior series club sedans so we think the car must be a factory prototype because they were made in 1940.
This is really a beautiful vehicle and a bargain as we have priced her to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber. If you are a fan of this car, you should act soon as we do not expect it to last long.
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