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1956 Packard Caribbean one of 276 and the rarest of all. Supplied to an Arizona cattle rancher Ken Kaecker by Packard Phoenix in February of 1956, Ken's name is engraved on the factory plate fitted to the dashboard.
The car spent its life in Scottsdale Az. till the 1990s when it entered the Robert Pond collection in Palm Springs.
This low mileage car has no corrosion to the bodywork or chassis, indeed we found quantities of red desert sand in the cavities when we removed the panels for a complete repaint. The paint is perfect and in the original colours which were also used to promote the car in advertising in the day.
Standard equipment includes power steering, brakes, windows, front seat, top and dual rear antenna; four wheel torsion bar suspension with horizontal levelling system; electric clock; signal seek radio; push button transmission selector and reversible seat cushions.
Accessories include a Solex-tinted windscreen, wire-wheels, and limited slip rear differential. Features a numbers matching 374 cu-in, 310 hp V-8 with correct twin 4-barrel Rochester carburettors, recently replated gold trim, new paint, chrome and new SMS cloth interior.
Driving perfectly, the transmission shifts correctly, torsion ride suspension operates smoothly to give an exception ride.
Part of a collection of Packards which I am selling, I imported this car from the USA in 2013 and can assist with any shipping arrangements.
1936 Packard Victoria Coupe
..No Expense Spared
..Over $100,000 Spent
..Absolute Gorgeous Car
..1 of Only 4 Known Restored Coupes
..More Victoria Convertibles Built/