1952 Packard 200 Deluxe Touring Sedan. Gallant Green with grey upholstery. The 1951 Packard 200 and 250 were introduced as Packard's least expensive model range on August 24, 1950, taking the place of the low-line Packard Standard models which were eliminated for the 1951 model year. The 200 debuted as part of the fully redesigned Packard line, attributed to John Reinhart. Replacing the bulbous 1948-1950 Packards in the 22nd and 23rd Packard Series, Reinhart's "High Pockets" design was more formal than its predecessor, and would serve Packard until the end of the 1956 model year when true Packard production ceased. This 200 was fully restored before arriving in the U.K in 2016. The 4.7 straight 8 engine is super smooth and when ticking over is almost silent. The manual gearbox is also in great order selecting all gears with no issues. On test drive the car performed well with plenty of power, no diff or axle noises and quite content in modern traffic. The paintwork is very sharp and gives a beautiful sheen and all the brightwork sparkles showing no signs of degrading or pitting. The interior is fresh with no rips, tears or any sagging. The car starts on the button and is a real pleasure to drive and is just waiting to be enjoyed by its new owners. Now MOT and Tax exempt this must be the best value way to own a classic car. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major credit and debit cards accepted. Delivery and shipping can be arranged.
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/