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FULLY RESTORED PACKARD 326 SEDAN For Sale (1926)
|1926 Packard 326 Sedan|
Great looking car with interesting history; one of only 7 known; c. 22,000 miles from new
Founded at the dawn of the motoring age, Packard aimed its magnificent machines right at the top of the market, selling to the rich and famous alongside marques such as Duesenberg and Pierce Arrow.
The world over, the name Packard meant prestige, power and sophistication. Such was their reputation that during WW2 they manufactured the Rolls-Royce Merlin engine under licence, the only company allowed to do so outside of Rolls-Royce themselves.
The 1926 Third Series was Packard's six-cylinder line. Offered on two wheelbase lengths, the Model 326 (126-inches) and the Model 333 (133-inches), there was a wide selection of bodies available, all powered by a 4.5-ltre L-head in-line six rated at 60hp.
Supplied new in 1926 to a Miss Anna Dickman of Cincinnati, Ohio, this 326 spent at least some of its time in Washington DC as Miss Dickman worked for the Whitehouse. In her 24-year ownership she only covered 17,000 miles in the car before trading it in with a dealer who in turn sold it to Packard collector Col John Gault, in whose ownership it remained until his collection was sold at auction in Kentucky in 1979.
By the time it came to England in 1996, it still had only 17,500 miles under its wheels but was then acquired by a wedding car company who used it for the next 13 years, adding another 4,000 miles to this total. Although the car is still in lovely condition and drives well, its advised that it could ideally do with new piston rings as it has a tendency to oil some of the plugs when hot.
It's believed that only 7 of the 326 sedan cars are in existence. Supplied with the original operator's license with Miss Anna Dickmanís details, this wonderful 88-year old machine also comes with a quantity of spares including the original carburettor and distributor.
The car comes with starting instructions and the engine does tick over very nicely.
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