This 1936 Packard is a really nice car and a great find. It has alot of paperwork with it telling some history on the build. This car was boought as just a body with no motor, no transmission or no interior in North Carolina. It was just a roller. It was Black at the time of purchase. This was December 12, 1998. The owner then wanted to build a Streetrod and that he did. After buying the body the owner then bought a 1973 Nova and welded the front clip of the Nova on the firewall and from that same Nova bolted in the rear end. Next step was the purchase of a 350 Chevy engine and 350 turbo transmission. Both engine and transmission were completely rebuilt and the installed in this car. A tilt steering colunm was then purchased and installed. All new wiring was bought and installed along with new Vintage A/c system and new gauges. The tires were bought new from Coker Tires in Chattanooga, Tn. The car then had all new upholstery put in and the car was then painted the Burgandy color it is now. There are papers showing where all the exterior lights were bought, where the bumpers were, where the wheels were etc.. You hopefully get the idea. This was all finished in the year 2000. This is a beautiful car for sure and the paperwork with the history is really interested to read. This car is all Steel except the running boards and the 2 rear fenders which are fiberglass. The little storage door in the back is also fiberglass. It has a trunk then another storage area below it. This car is an honor to own and a really hard car to find these days. Pure luxury is what this Streetrod offers. Style like no other as well. Call Ken at 404-512-1295 with any questions or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org See alot more pics at www.bigostreetrods.com REDUCED PRICE FROM $70,000 TO $55,000 WOW WHAT A BARGAIN
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