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1937 Packard 120C-D 7 Passenger Touring Sedan. 1 YEAR MODEL. See VIDEO

Make: Packard
Model: Model 120-CD
SubModel: 7 Passenger Touring. 1 YEAR MODEL. See VIDEO
Type: Sedan
Trim: 7 Passenger Touring. 1 YEAR MODEL. See VIDEO.
Year: 1937
Mileage: 9400
VIN: X122869
Color: Hickory Leaf Green
Engine: 282 ci. 120 HP
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Spokane, Washington, United States

1937 Packard Model 120-CD 7 Passenger Touring. 1 YEAR MODEL. See VIDEO. Additional Info:

PLEASE SEE FULL ITEM DESCRIPTION FOR DETAILS, 24 PHOTOS AND VIDEO LINK. 1937 Packard 120C-D 7 Passenger Touring Sedan. 1 YEAR MODEL. See VIDEO 1937 Packard 120C-D 7 Passenger Touring Sedan. 1 YEAR MODEL. See VIDEO

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Description 1937 Packard 120C-D 7 Passenger Touring Sedan
Listed on behalf of the owner.
Sold new on February 10, 1937 by Nelson Motors in Muskegon, Michigan. This 120C Deluxe Model 1091 7 Passenger Touring is a unique, one-year-only body style produced by Packard on a 138" wheelbase. No doubt, Packard soon realized they were cutting into the sales of their "Senior" Super-8 7 Passenger Sedan by offering this model, so it was discontinued after 1937. In many ways, it is superior to the Super-8 in terms of performance and handling. The 120 is nearly 1700 pounds lighter than the comparable Super-8 7 passenger Sedan, and with a difference of only 10 horsepower (120 HP vs. 130 HP for the Super-8) the 120 actually has a greater power-to-weight ratio, which combined with the lighter handling, makes the 120 a superior road car, especially today in modern traffic.
This car lived in Muskegon most of its life. While the early history is unknown, it was owned for many years by a collector who undertook a full frame-on restoration just prior to exhibiting it at the 1999 Packard Centennial "Magnum Opus" show in Warren, Ohio (the birthplace of Packard.)
The car was stripped and painted in correct "Hickory Leaf Green," which today shows a deep shine with only normal signs of use. Body is straight with excellent panel fit. The interior was correctly reupholstered in gray wool broadcloth and green wool carpeting. The woodgrained door and window moldings were expertly refinshed. All exterior chrome and trim was re-plated and polished. Nicely optioned with dual sidemounted spare tires, Packard spotlight, Packard driving lights (wired as front turn signals), Packard heater/defroster, restored clock. Radio with overhead speaker hums but does not sing. Folding rear foot rest and dual jump seats. Please see photos which were just taken for this listing and show current, excellent condition.
Mechanically, the engine was fully rebuilt using an identical 1938 120 block. The drivetrain, brakes and all ancillary components were also rebuilt. A large file of receipts documenting the rebuild, and other receipts back to 1964 is included. Following the restoration, the owner drove the car from Muskegon, Michigan to Warren, Ohio (an 800 mile round-trip) without incident. Today the car shows just over 9,400 miles, which we believe is total mileage since restoration. I have personally driven this car. It runs and drives without fault. Plenty of power. No smoke or noise. Shifts smoothly. Stops fast and straight. Runs cool, even on a 90 degree day. Comfortable on the road at 55-60 mph. Older bias-ply tires handle well. Undercarriage is clean and rust-free with no signs of abuse or accidents. I have driven dozens of Packards from this era and have owned both 120's and Super 8's, so am in a good position to compare. It is a very comfortable car to drive. Even with the two folding jump seats, unlike a limousine, there is no division window between the front and rear compartments, so the front seat is fully adjustable for all driver heights. This is a very nice car that was obviously well restored and maintained over the past 20 years. Please see video link below, of engine running and car driving.
There is little to add. If you are looking for a wonderful and rare Packard to enjoy for club touring, a night on the town with friends, or even for a limousine/livery service, this would be a great car. A reasonable reserve has been placed on this Packard in keeping with its condition and rarity, and well-below the cost of restoration today. Please bid accordingly.
Car is located in Spokane, Washington and will be shipping from that location.
Thanks for looking and GOOD LUCK!
TO VIDEO VIDEO TOUR, GO TO: https://youtu.be/zqH3OtHuovA
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Payment We gladly sell to buyers WORLDWIDE. Winning bidder please contact us within 24 hours of auction close. A deposit of $2000 is due via PayPal at that time. Vehicle deposits are non-refundable, per PayPal and eBay policy. Balance due in certified U.S. funds via bank wire transfer within 7 days of auction close. We do not accept overseas bank drafts or cashier's checks. Vehicle has a clear title and is being sold by the owner, with our assistance. Please call David at 503-309-7729 between 9am and 9pm Pacific Time with any questions. Thank you. Shipping Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer and not included in the auction price. Vehicle must be picked up within 14 days of payment, unless other arrangements have been made. Note that vehicle will be shipping from the Portland, Oregon area (Northwest coast of the U.S. between Seattle and San Francisco) with easy access to interstate highways (I-5: north-south, and I-84 east). We will gladly assist your carrier with loading. Terms of Sale Please ask all questions before bidding. Your personal inspection is invited before the close of the auction. Only you know if the vehicle is right for you. All descriptions are based upon information provided by the seller and our own personal inspection of the vehicle. Obviously, with any collector vehicle there are internal areas that cannot be inspected, but the description is based upon the seller's representations and our observation of the vehicle. For that reason, the vehicle in this listing is being sold "as-is" with no warranties of any kind expressed or implied. Mileage listed is that showing on the odometer and unless otherwise noted, cannot be verified due to the age of the vehicle. Mileage of vehicles over 10 years old is considered "exempt" by the State of Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles. By participating in this auction, the bidder agrees to these terms. About Us

Charvet Classic Cars assists sellers (all of whom are my personal friends) to find new appreciative homes for their special vehicles. I personally inspect each vehicle. I take the photographs and videos personally. It allows me to represent the vehicle accurately and answer any questions you may have about it. I have been an eBay seller with 100% positive feedback since 1998, and involved with classic cars for many years. I like these cars as much as you do! If you e-mail or call with questions, you will receive my personal attention and knowledge to help you make an informed decision. State of Oregon Dealer #DA4114. Licensed. Bonded. Insured. Thank you - David Charvet

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