As a true appreciator of rare, valuable classics you will certainly enjoy taking a look at this 1948 Packard Super Eight Coupe. It features a beautiful and stately body style that offers a nostalgic remembrance of a simpler era, laced with classic authenticity. It just successfully participated in the well-known 2017 San Marino Motor Classic.
The creme and dark green custom paint is complimented by white wall tires and a beautifully maintained creme/brown and burlwood trim interior. Powered by a 327 Straight 8 engine that is paired with a 3-on-the-tree, this charming Packard is eager to get out on the road for an enjoyable driving experience.
The odometer shows 43 875 miles which means that this Packard can easily create lasting memories for many years to come.
Copious amounts of time and energy have been invested into maintaining its original look and luster. The body has been fully restored and it comes with many highlights such as its factory radio, chrome trim and many more.
Packard was an American luxury automobile marque built by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan. The 1948 model Packard was originally intended for use as Navy Staff vehicle. With production spanning from 1899 to 1958, it is easy to see how such a rich heritage was formed.
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