29,759 believed original miles. A station wagon plus a touring coupe, club sedan and touring sedan were new for 1937. Options included banjo steering wheel, radiator shutters, Packard goddess ornament and glove box clock all on this car. The 120 was the economical Packard for 1937. One twenty sales for the model year were above 50,000 mark. This car is wonderful original and bought from original owner in 1960; in the present family since showing a believable 29,759 miles. The charcoal grey paint appears original and in good garage kept condition. The interior is original broad cloth with exception to front seat material replaced with grey leatherette. Recently tuned, the straight eight purrs like a kitten. If you enjoy beautiful survivors, this is one. It runs and drives as you would expect of a Packard. Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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