1931 Packard 845
Single Family owned vehicle as well.
Packard 845 had traditionally been known as an 'American Luxury' automobile with several Options.
The cars that Packard Motor Company produced came straight from Detroit, Michigan and later South Bend, Indiana.
The Packard models were in production from 1899 to 1958, not a bad run, considering it endured the turn of a century, two (2) World Wars and the Great Depression.
In a brash attempt to defy the Stock Market's crash that set off the Depression in 1929, Packard decided to up the Ante - produced even more expensive, great looking cars.
The in turn resulted in the Packard Twelve.
The company had only one (1) Production line, which helped to keep its costs low, certainly helping to keep the company afloat during such hard economic times.
In 1930, Packard introduced the Packard 845 - the Deluxe Eight model. Its Engine had been an Inline 8-Cylinder and reached 120hp at 3,200 RPM. Drivers were in control of the 4-Speed Manual transmission.
1931 Packard 7 passenger sedan. All parts to complete the project are included. Body in perfect condition, no dents or rust. Drive train has been completely overhauled. New and rebuilt parts include new driveshaft, new clutch, new pressure plate and throw-out bearing, flywheel has been resurfaced. Other new parts or refurbished parts complete new exhaust system, new radiator, new gas tank, ignition coil, generator, starter and fuel pump, new tires and tubes. Have all new window glass for entire vehicle including channeling. Includes second body which contains front and back seats, including all pull outs and flooring. Comes with a special trailer for hauling, and a winch for loading and unloading the vehicle.
A must see Antique and everything within works well.
Currently located in Mission Viejo, CA.
Serious inquiries only.
Stock Number C199173L.
Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers.