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1939 Packard Model 1708 12 Cylinder Limousine For Sale

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  • £125,000 See Text
  • 1939
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Price £125,000 See Text
Ad Type For Sale
Category American Cars
Make Packard
Model Model 1708 12 cyl Limousine
Year 1939
Country USA
Region International
Telephone 001-573-541-1970
Status Trade
Date 09-Jan-2021
Ref C1301855
1939 Packard Model 1708 12 Cylinder Limousine-Last year of the Packard 12 cylinder engine. This very nice original car is equipped with the 12 cylinder engine, 3sp trans, radio, clock, front black leather seat, rear tan cloth seats, window divider, rear jump seats, front and rear bumperettes, front Trippe lamps, dual sidemounts, dual rear view mirrors, rear luggage rack, wheel covers with stainless rings and wide whitewall tires. The body is super straight and rock solid. The car is in excellent running and driving condition. Only 120 Packard 12 cylinder Limousines were built in 1939. Very few are known to exist especially in this nice original condition. Price is $125,000 USD. Worldwide delivery is available.
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