$2,500 Three Pack: Packard Hearse and Sedans

A classic hearse may be a slightly strange or ominous vehicle to take on as a project, but the Packard Henney converted ambulances and hearses are sleek looking wagons, that aren’t that common to see running,… more»

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Sunset Boulevard: 1950 Packard Deluxe Eight Sedan

Looking at this sadly rusting but still recognizable 1950 Packard Deluxe Eight Sedan, I’m reminded of Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard thinking she’s ready for her close up at the end of the movie. I can’t really… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1954 Packard Patrician

Seller Description: I purchased my Patrician in summer of 2009 while on a business trip to San Diego via a friend of a friend that was using it as his local daily driver until mid-2000. I… more»

Pair Of Dusty 1951 Packard Patricians

Now this is a cool sight! While this barn find might not be a muscle car or even an incredibly desirable model, there aren’t too many things as cool as a ’50s American convertible, in this… more»

Supercharged Stude: 1957 Packard Clipper Wagon

This two-owner 1957 Packard Clipper Wagon is a supercharged version and it sure would be a show-stopper. It’s on Craigslist with an asking price of $12,500 in cash, but bring cash and the seller may take… more»

Nostalgic Or Colorblind: 1955 Packard Clipper

Packard built some of the finest luxury cars in its earlier years, but this Clipper was designed to be a mid-priced car with some luxury features. Unfortunately, it also had a reputation for poor workmanship. I’ve always… more»

Two Owner 1939 Packard 110 Sedan

This old Packard certainly looks elegant in black with gold trim. It’s said to be mostly original except for a repaint of the hood and front fenders as well as new carpet. The seller believes himself… more»

Luxury Car Or Taxi: 1939 Packard Six Touring Sedan

The Packard Six, renamed the 110 the next year, was a mid-level model, above the “120” and below models such as the “Packard Twelve”. While not as luxurious as other models, they were a really well-built car. This Packard… more»

12,866 Mile Time Capsule: 1951 Packard 200 Deluxe

After a half century and 22 generations of luxury car models, the 1951 Packard was the final design and was in production until 1956 when Packard production ended (after Packard’s merger with Studebaker, Packards were basically a… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1937 Packard Roadster Project

It may not look like much right now, but this was once a very beautiful machine. In the thirties Packard was well known for their big straight-eight powered luxury cars, but they wanted to add a more… more»

Bathtub Beauty: 1949 Packard Sedan

Unlike most other independent auto manufacturers, Packard survived the Depression by introducing a lower priced line of cars, the 120 model, in 1935. As many historians have noted, while this was a good, or even great… more»

Barn Find One-Twenty: 1941 Packard Convertible Coupe

This 1941 Packard One-Twenty Convertible Coupe has been off the road and not running since at least 1985. However, it was stored well with oil in the cylinders and sounds like it wouldn’t take too much… more»

One Of 400! 1954 Packard Caribbean

I have a weakness for 1950’s Packards, and I believe the Caribbean is my favorite of the bunch. This particular one has seen better days, but like all good finds, there is hope for better ones… more»