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»

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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»

End of The Line: 1958 Packard Hawk

On January 7, 1956, at the Chicago Auto Show, Packard unveiled a concept car called the Predictor. It was designed to showcase numerous innovations that Packard saw as part of its future in American motoring. Sadly, the only thing… more»

Parked 40 Years Ago: 1954 Packard Caribbean

Seeing this Packard Caribbean in this rough of condition really hurts. With just 400 built in 1954, it’s actually the rarest of the Caribbeans, but even if it were the most common of years it would still be a… more»

Rare Barn Find! 1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible

I don’t know how many of these are left in the world, let alone complete and not rotted away beyond help. This ’55 Caribbean convertible is up for sale right now here on eBay  in Franklin Park, Illinois. It’s… more»

Solid Project: 1939 Packard 120 Sedan

Into the 1930s, Packard remained America’s most successful luxury car brand. However, unlike Cadillac and Lincoln which had parent companies that were capable of absorbing any potential financial losses, Packard was fully independent. This led the company to introduce… more»

Parked for 50 Years: 1930 Packard 726 Sedan

There are times when customizing a car must seem like a good idea, and maybe that was part of the intent with the work that has been performed on this 1930 Packard 726. Originally a luxurious 5-seat sedan, someone… more»

Stored For 35 Years: 1949 Packard Sedan

In the years immediately following WWII, American automobile production swung back into action, and automakers clamored for a slice of that freshly-baked automobile-sales-market pie. Packard was no exception, and by 1949 they offered such uniquely-styled vehicles as this one,… more»

Stored 25 Years: 1956 Clipper Super Panama

The saga that was the Packard Motor Car Company was in full soap opera mode in the mid-1950s not long before they called it quits altogether. This 1956 Clipper Super Panama wasn’t badged as a Packard as Clipper was… more»

1928 Packard 645 Barn Find!

While there are not a whole lot of details about this 1928 Packard 645 tow truck, it really is an awesome piece of machinery. It can be yours for $17,000. No VIN or title is listed. This wrecker is… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible Survivor!

Now, this is an incredible find! Packard built a small number of Caribbean Convertibles in 1953, with between 80 and 90 still in existence. Reader Larry B happened to find one of these rare classics in a garage where… more»

Solid 1936 Packard Coupe Hot Rod!

Sometimes something in a more primitive form can be incredibly appealing. As you can see from the photo, this 1936 Packard 3-window coupe is primed and ready for sale with a starting bid of $15,000 and no reserve. A… more»