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… 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… 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… more»

34k Original Miles: 1955 Packard Patrician

The seller of this 1955 Packard Patrician is only the car’s second owner, and he says that the car runs and drives well. He has decided that… more»

Rare Luxury: 1949 Packard Custom Eight Limousine

The owner of this 1949 Packard Custom Eight states that the car is not perfect, but it does appear to be in nice condition, and it has… more»

Convertible + Parts Car: 1956 Packard Caribbean Convertible

The Packard Caribbean only saw production from 1953 to 1956. In that final year, there were only 276 Caribbean Convertibles built, and our feature vehicle is one… more»

Roadside Sighting: 1956 Packard Four Hundred

You really never know what you might find parked in a rural town. I was recently traveling through the tiny town of Shoshone, Idaho when I spotted… more»

Stored 50 Years! 1937 Packard Six Coupe

Reportedly parked during the Johnson Presidency, this 1937 Packard Six three-window coupe in DeKalb, Illinois shows signs of having spent every one of its prior 31 years… more»

End Of The Line: 1958 Packard 58L “Starlight”

The 1958 Packard 58L 2-door hardtop was never officially given a model name but it became known by some as a “Starlight”, even though this name was… more»

Weekend At Bernie’s: 1958 Packard Starlight Hardtop

Remember the movie “Weekend at Bernie’s”? No, it wasn’t a political special from last year’s crazy election. This classic comedy was about two fresh out of college… more»

Stored for 31 Years: 1956 Nash Ambassador Custom

If a person wanted to stand out from the Chevy or Ford crowd in the mid-1950s there was hardly any better way to do that than with… more»

A Finished Project: 1949 Packard Eight

It’s sad when you see a once loved and cherished car that has fallen on hard times, but I think that it’s even sadder to see one… more»

Big Project: 1947 Packard Custom Super

The immediate postwar sales literature that Packard put out deservedly made much of their contributions to the war effort. Packard engines powered PT boats and Packard-built Rolls-Royce… more»

Ripper Clipper: 1954 Packard Super Clipper

Since I commenced writing for Barn Finds I’ve had the opportunity to write about a few Packards, and I have really developed a soft spot for them…. more»

Great Project: 1940 Packard Super Eight

When I look at some of the old and tired cars that come across the desk at Barn Finds, it allows me to look at myself in… more»

American Royalty: 1938 Packard Twelve Model 1608

Prestige didn’t come any more impressive than the Packards of the 1930s and this V12 powered hauler of the upper crust was near the top of the… more»

Reader Ad: 1941 Packard 120 Convertible Project

What Makes It Special? My 84 yr old dad was restoring this vehicle but passed away suddenly at the Hardware store while buying some glue for a… more»

Mr Blue Sky: 1955 Packard Caribbean

One of the interesting aspects of growing up in Australia was the fact that we saw very few convertibles that hailed from the USA. We received some… more»

1 of 400: 1954 Packard Caribbean

Stored for 30 years or more, someone clearly had the vision and experience to know that this is one special Packard worth saving. Speculated to have made… more»

Reader Ad: 1948 Packard Victoria Convertible

What Makes It Special? It’s a 1948 Packard Convertible with its original straight-8 and is 98 percent complete. Last registered and on the road in 1966.

Subterranean Storage: Delahaye & Rolls-Royce

There are the stories of finds that make you want to believe you’ll get the phone call next time. This is one of them, as two friends… more»

One Family Since New: 1951 Packard Garage Find

This one-family Packard has been relegated to this garage since 1973! It’s a relatively solid Packard 200 four door sedan that was at the bottom of the… more»

Packard V8: 1955 Nash Ambassador Custom

Trying to choose between cars is sometimes like trying to choose a favorite child, it’s almost impossible to do. This 1955 Nash Ambassador Custom is one of… more»

Big Purple: 1937 Packard Super Eight Touring

This Packard is from a time of hand-built luxury. The age of automotive elegance pretty much ended, though, with the “Great Depression”. Most of the great names including… more»