Packard

Simply Spotless: 1939 Packard Six 1700 Series

When Packard reintroduced a six-cylinder engine into its range in 1937, the company came in for a significant amount of criticism from its loyal customer base. There were many people at the time who believed that such a vehicle… more»

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Hardtop Luxury: 1955 Packard 400

The combined Studebaker-Packard Corporation was having hard times when this 1955 Packard 400 came onto the scene. In another year, the company would produce its last car in Detroit and a couple of years after that, Packards would be… more»

Chicken Barn Find: 1939 Packard “6” 1700 Coupe

I guess weird things come in pairs. I recently wrote an article about a ’53 Packard Mayfair that was found in a “chicken house”. Now, barely a week later, along comes a ’39 Packard that has been stored in… more»

Picnic-Ready! 1937 Packard 115 Convertible

Pack a picnic basket and a red and white gingham blanket, gather your spouse and kids and your faithful dog. Pile them all in this 1937 Packard 115 convertible and you’re off! Suddenly you’re transported to a simpler time…. more»

Chicken Coop Find: 1953 Packard Mayfair

I always find examining discontinued automotive brand’s model line-ups right before they disappeared for good to be a really interesting exercise. You look the car over and wonder what the executives and engineers were thinking at the point where… more»

Hot Rod Potential! 1935 Packard 120 Sport Coupe

My Dream Garage has two of these ’30s Packard coupes, one perfect factory specimen with the original silky-smooth straight eight, and one full Custom on something like an Art Morrison chassis with plenty of power, and ready to knock… more»

3-Speed Supercharged 1957 Packard Clipper Wagon

This 1957 Packard Clipper wagon is sharp. It has sharp styling, sharp angles, sharp Dagmars, and once it’s restored it’ll have a sharp price. The seller is asking $12,500 and it can be found here on craigslist in, as… more»

Minnesota Royalty? 1932 Packard Model 900

According to the seller, this 1932 Packard was originally owned by Samuel B. Ely. If you aren’t familiar with Ely, he was a mining executive in the upper mid-west which for whom the town of Ely, Minnesota was named…. more»

Chicken Barn Find! 1939 Packard Six

If you don’t know much about the Packard Motor Car Company, challenge yourself to learn more! Packard represented a product from America, an upstart nation of trouble-makers with (at the time) fewer than two centuries of history under its… more»

BF AUCTION: 1939 Packard One Twenty Sedan

A few years ago, we featured Don L’s collection of cars as a Barn Finds Exclusive. Well, he found buyers for a large number of his cars and motorcycles, but he still has a few left. So, he’s asked… more»

Parked For 50 Years: 1937 Packard 120 Hearse

Here at Barn Finds, we are always looking for the unique and unusual. This 1937 Packard 120 Hearse is for sale here on eBay for an opening bid of $14,850. The car is located in St. Louis, Missouri and… more»

1948 Packard Super Deluxe Eight 7-Passenger Sedan

This car’s name is almost longer than the car itself, it’s a 1948 Packard Super Deluxe Eight 7-passenger sedan. You can see that it’ll also be a lengthy restoration project. It can be found here on craigslist in Yancey,… more»

Good First Restoration? 1937 Packard 115 Sedan

One of the things that hold car lovers back from taking on a restoration is the fear of messing something up.  We are, sadly, no longer a hands on nation.  Still, there is more information out there to help… more»

Full Classic For Peanuts: 1938 Packard Super Eight

Oh, how the mighty have fallen.  Twenty years ago, classic car enthusiasts were hunting down mere rumors of classics like this 1938 Packard Super Eight for sale on eBay.  A full Classic Car Club of America eligible automobile, this… more»

Is It Original? 1941 Packard 120 Sedan

Here at Barn Finds we sometimes run across sellers who, often unwittingly, pass off cars with older restorations as original condition cars.  Automobile restoration was a popular hobby from the sixties through the eighties, and many of these cars… more»

Funky Art Car: 1941 Packard Hearse

When you are reading the listing for a car that has come onto the market and you find the word “hideous” in the text, you just know that you are onto an absolute winner. I’m not kidding here, because… more»