The 180 Series for 1941 was the culmination of pre-war luxury and post war technology. Powered by the reliable Super Eight 356 cubic inch motor, 180s were Packards Top-of-the-Line Models that provided an unparalled ride for its passengers. Real walnut trim bordered windows which were retracted with a flick of a switch...Packards first year for this innovative feature. Boyant-looking fenders clad with tastefully understated chrome trim adorned the profile of the body while the tall Packard grill was present at the front of the car. The 180 Series would be the among the last cars of its kind offered by Packard, which would fail to redesign after World War 2. Today, these great luxury touring cars have become highly sought after in todays classic marketplace. This model arrives to our showroom clad in authentic Barola Blue paint that is in good condition. The brightwork is clear and in good condition as well. Interior upholstery shows some wear though it is quite satisfactory for cruises and local shows. The cavernous interior boasts enough room for several passangers with ample elbow space. Perhaps its most welcome feature is the addition of a modern Pioneer stereo system and A/C unit, both retrofitted for Classic Car Club tours. The sum of both old and new in an impressive package. Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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