Packard cars for sale in Alabama
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You are bidding on my 1956 Packard Clipper Custom Constellation. The car was purchased as part of a stash of Packard cars and parts in 2006. The car has a number of unique features.. It came equipped with a twin 4bbl intake and carb. During the course of the restoration somehow the carbs refused to function even after 2 rebuilds. The setup goes with the car, I WILL NOT SEPARATE. I had a single 4 bbl intake that I used to make it run. The single 4bbl IS the front carb from the twin 4 set. My mechanic seems to think that the accelerator pump needs work. I just did not want to spend more time on it, that is why I switched it over. The original owner was a Packard employee in Chicago and he seniorized the car with senior front fenders and grille. It also has a Caribbean hood with twin scoops. The 352 engine has been professionally rebuilt and runs great. 0 miles on the engine since rebuild. The transmission is tight and works fine WW Tires are new Bumpers front and rear have been chromed as well as the Dagmars and the exhaust extensions. Paint has been professionally done in Black and Jamaica Yellow. Brakes are all new. Interior is all done in the proper Black and Jamaica Yellow cross/hatch pattern along with new carpetThe torsion level system works good. I will also include the A/C components that I have: Compressor, rear air blower, dryer, mounting bracket, triple groove pulley. I do not have the condenser nor the under dash switch. I was planning on having some fun with the car out on the local show circuit, but the economy being what it is, there will be no chance of that. The car needs to SELL, that’s SELL not give or donateIf you want more pictures I will send you whatever you need. I have before, during and after restoration.
Trim Custom Constellation
You are bidding on my 1955 Packard Patrician. The car was purchased in 1996 out of Columbus Ohio. It came equipped with a 352 4bbl V-8. The car was mechanically sound as the original owner went thru all the mechanics. The body was another story. A new set of rocker panels was obtained from Mike Dulinski(most Packard people know him). The restoration shop grafted those in and the rest of the body work which was minimal was done. Four new doors were installed to get electric windows. The transmission is tight and works fine WW Tires are new Bumpers front and rear have been chromed as well as the Dagmars and the exhaust extensions. Paint has been professionally done in Black. Brakes are all new. Interior is all done in Black and Red in the Packard 400 style along with new carpet The torsion level system works good. I took the liberty of painting the Reynolds wrap with red instead of the proper black and chrome. I have had some road time with the car but due to being unemployed and out of work the car has sat for a while. I start it up regularly to keep it from deteriorating, but it needs a new home so here is a chance to get a great car for a relatively inexpensive price. I was planning on having some fun with the car out on the local show circuit, but the economy being what it is, there will be no chance of that. The car needs to SELL, that’s SELL not give or donate. I f you wish additional pictures, both finished or during restoration, e-mailme and I will provide
Trim Base Sedan 4 Door