We are excited to offer this gorgeous 1937 Packard eight 120 Convertible. The 1937 120 was the companys landmark entry into the competitive mid-range eight-cylinder market and a historically significant automobile that kept Packard afloat during the arduous final years of the Great Depression. The 120 combined Packards construction on a 127-inch wheelbase with a 282 cubic inch 120 brake horsepower engine 3 speed manual transmission that was overhauled and prepared for the Great Race of 2014 which started from Main and ended in Florida for more smooth and durable performance.
This beautiful 1937 Packard Convertible Coupe is one of the most eye-catching body styles available on the 120 is finished in the pleasing combination of Packard cream exterior with tan interior including the rumble seat and matching tan cloth top. It also has white wall tires a Goddess of Speed radiator mascot and a factory radio. The paint and interior are both very strong the engine bay is well detailed and the top presents like new. Both are beautiful. This car was built for driving pleaser and we invite you to come and see this beautiful work of art to fully appreciate.
This Packard eight 120C is a car that you can not only win shows with but also you can drive it to win races. And no matter if you are across country or across town, SMI AutoBrokers LLC will assist you to have this beautiful 1937 Packard Eight 120C professionally delivered right to your driveway. For more information and photos, be sure to contact us by calling (908) 812-7869 or email us!
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