EXCLUSIVE: 1955 Packard Clipper Custom

Reader Thomas C’s Packard is one beautiful driver that’s ready to be enjoyed and shown off! It sure is an elegant classic and is loaded with creature comforts, including working AC. Thomas has enjoyed it for the past few… more»

1-of-588: 1958 Packard Hawk

In 1958, Packard as a manufacturer was in its death throes, and production ended before that year was completed. This marked the demise of a once great marque that had been producing cars since 1899. Rubbing salt into the… more»

All Original: 1948 Packard Deluxe Touring Sedan

Trim level names from the 1940s and 1950s can be a little confusing with Custom sometimes being above Deluxe which I always think is the highest trim level. This 1948 Packard Deluxe Eight Touring Sedan can be found here… more»

Aired Out Ambulance: 1940 Packard 180

Purchased from an elderly man several years back the current owner of this Packard Ambulance has invested a tremendous amount of time and money into this one of a kind cruiser. Featuring a modern suspension and drive-train, this Packard… more»

Pete’s Place: Massive Stash In Pennsylvania

Right now, in the Eastern part of Pennsylvania, lies about 8 acres of vintage tin, some of which is being reclaimed by Mother Nature, most of which is still salvageable, but all can be for sale for the right… more»

Luxury Classics Found In Tennessee Barn!

I sure wish we knew the whole story of how these three luxury sedans ended up in this Tennessee barn! It isn’t every day that you come across a dilapidated barn housing two 1941 Packards and a 1940 LaSalle… more»

A Grand Place To Loaf! 1940 Packard 110 Coupe

Even in a dusty garage there’s no mistaking a pre-war Packard grille. Thanks to reader Pat L. spotted this running, driving 1940 Packard coupe near Houston, Texas. It seeks a new owner here on craigslist where $9,500 will earn… more»

Stored 40 Years: 1954 Packard Convertible Coupe

This is a rare car, with just over 800 of them being made in the last year for Packard convertibles other than the Caribbean. Strangely enough, this 1954 Packard Convertible Coupe is actually named the Packard Convertible Coupe. It’s… more»

Seven Passenger: 1948 Packard Super Deluxe Eight

What an amazing car, a big car, a luxurious car, an important car, a beautiful car, a long car and all kinds of additional descriptive terms could be used to talk about this 1948 Packard Super Deluxe Eight 7-passenger… more»

One Owner Since ’60s: 1924 Packard Single Eight

This era of vehicles isn’t for everyone, we know that a lot of you just scrolled past this after seeing the opening photo. But, for those who are fans of cars from the 1920s, it’s hard not to be… more»

1927 Packard Found in Abandoned Factory!

A former metal working shop and textile production warehouse in Philadelphia held a little-known secret for over forty-five years. Housed within its brick walls and dusty floors was a 1927 Packard sedan. Purchased by the factory owner in the… more»

Rust-Free Estate Find: 1955 Hudson Hornet Super

My eyes bug out like Rodney Dangerfield whenever I hear that a car is rust-free, especially a car as old as this 1955 Hudson Hornet Super. This two-tone sedan can be found here on eBay with a buy it… more»

Last Registered In ’66: 1948 Packard Convertible

It seemed fitting that the recent news of the bridge falling at the old Packard plant in Detroit, that a 1948 Packard Custom Eight Victoria would come up for sale to write about. Unlike the building and its…uncertain future,… more»

From Limousine To Wrecker: 1929 Packard 645

If cars could talk, I would pull up a chair beside this one and listen. In the late ’20s to early ’30s this car was among the elite probably making regular trips from Long Island into the city. Luxury… more»

1 of 588: 1958 Packard Hawk

For the rapidly dying Packard, the Hawk represented one component in the last roll of the dice for the company. That it was ultimately unsuccessful, and Packard quietly disappeared in late 1958 is now part of motoring history. With… more»

Restored and Ready to Go: 1940 Packard Model 110 Convertible

Some people will look at a restored classic car and will be hesitant to hand over their hard-earned cash because they can’t be sure how well the restoration has been performed. However, when you find a car like this… more»