Original 1954 Packard Cavalier Sedan

1954 Packard Cavalier Sedan

Original 1954 Packard Cavalier Sedan For Sale

This is an old American car made by Packard in the 50s, a very short production line only two years 1953 and 1954 was offered as a four-door sedan only, designed to replace Packard 300 models called the Packard Cavalier. As shown here is one original example of the 1954 model still in good condition with a rare Senior Trim Package.

A light restoration project need to completed: not so far from the finish line. Reportedly by seller it has been totally restored except paint, the interior has renovated except headliner, and no words about mechanical issue. If you are interested you should come to see directly for sure condition.

1954 Packard Cavalier Interior

Not all touched by renovated, still few works needed to be perfect. The good thing: it has some modified and upgrade to meet of the modern safety regulation, new 3 point seat belts in the front and lap belts in the back was added.

1954 Packard Cavalier Motor

As shown here is a 327 Straight 8 engine mated with automatic transmission, sitting neatly in place, and nothing disturbing the eyes all looked clean and nice, hoping everything was done right. Nice to see what has been done, looks hard work has been traversed, just how you will continue in correctly is the point.

Unrestored 1937 Packard One-Fifteen

Unrestored 1937 Packard One-Fifteen

Unrestored 1937 Packard One-Fifteen For Sale

Found this one in Craigslist looking for a new owner, as shown here is unrestored example of the American classic cars being offered for $20000 located in Magalia, California.

This 1937 Packard One-Fifteen 4-door sedan, mostly still remains with factory trim, one owner since new and only 62000 miles on it. Reportedly runs and drives well and always garaged. Sound looks good could be a perfect bone, very interesting car to restore or to be Hot Rod custom build and ready for a new look.

1935 Packard Super Eight Limousine

1935 Super 8 Packard Limousine

1935 Packard Super Eight Limousine For Sale

Found this one being offered for sale on Craigslist is an American antique limousine seems has been restored, as the name represents what it brings under the hood. This a luxury automobiles that was produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan start from 30s to 50s generally known as the Packard Super Eight it bring a 384 ci Straight 8 engine able to produce about 150 hp at 3200 RPMs, mated by 3 speed synchromesh transmission.

The light undergoing project it close enough from the finish line. As shown here is 1935 Super 8 Packard Limousine VIN: 855280 has been restored and rebuilt, but still needs few works to be done. Most of its life was spent in the garage and is in great condition reported. Asking $52000 located in Ukiah, California.

Note: few of photos was taken since 2004 it meant 12 years ago, you should ask first for new pics and as always a closer inspection needed order to accurately condition.

Extremely Rare Car, 1951 Packard 300

Extremely Rare Car, 1951 Packard 300

Extremely Rare Car, 1951 Packard 300 For Sale

Here's found this in Craigslist extremely rare car was come from American manufacturer Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, as shown here is the 300 model well-known as Packard 300 that was built in 1951 VIN: 24727889 is said excellent condition overall, need nothing runs and drives very well. Reportedly by seller is only 15,309 ever made and this one of a few left today.

Found dusty in the garage for 10 years remain in perfect shape, very solid no dent or rust, and recently received engine and transmission rebuild. It could be a remarkable example of 1951 Packard 300 sedan, needs more detail please read more below.

1951 Packard 300 interior

No words about renovated, the interior is awesome it looks clean and tidy, love to see the radio hoped that works properly as well as the all instrument and equipment inside too.

1951 Packard 300 engine

As shown here is Packard's venerable Super Eight engine families, the Packard 300 was fitted a 327 ci (5,360 cc) "Thunderbolt" inline eight flat head engine mated automatic transmission has only 85000 miles on it and less than 50 miles since rebuild.

1940 Packard One-Sixty Super Eight

1940 Packard One-Sixty Super Eight

Good Condition, 1940 Packard One-Sixty Super Eight Sedan

Here's found this one in Craigslist, the title of ad is confusing "1940 Packard 120 Super Eight" written there. In generally known, between One-Twenty and Super Eight is a different model. The One-Twenty is first model of the Packard automobile to entered into the highly competitive mid-priced eight-cylinder car market at that time, while the Super Eight is simply the name given to the luxury models such as the One-Sixty and One-Eighty. All of them has powered by a Straight-eight engine and shared most mechanical components. All looks similar except the packaging and pricing.

As shown here, I am sure is 1940 Packard One-Sixty Super Eight, can be seen from the shape of the front bumper and grille.

1940 Packard One-Sixty Super Eight Interior

Minimalist ad, very less information just represented by photos. The interior looks old with few stains and torn. The dash looks cool in wooden elements and all panel equipment still there, it really perfect if still work. Though old, for me that was be a remarkable example for its age, not so hard to redone.

1940 Packard One-Sixty Super Eight Engine

As shown here is a Straight-eight engine is said good condition despite is not used for long time, few new parts has been installed, runs drives and stops. If seriously, you should come a closer inspection for accurately condition.