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1937 Packard Model “Six Touring Sedan” aka 115-C

Make: Packard
Model: 115-C
Type: Sedan
Year: 1937
Mileage: 13000
VIN: 1082-13868
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
Item location: Oakham, Massachusetts, United States

1937 Packard 115-C Additional Info:

Car bought 40 years ago in working condition by my grandma for my grandpa. Stored in a barn ever since. Hasn’t been driven in 40 years. Finally pulled out of the barn last week to sell. Grandma is no longer alive, so I have no idea where title would be. Not in running condition!
More details: Packard's first six-cylinder car since the 1927 was added as a lower-priced companion to the One Twenty. Its engine was basically the same as the One Twenty's minus two cylinders. The 237-cubic inch L-head six produced 100 mph. Its wheelbase was also five inches shorter at 115 inches. From the cowl back, the 115 and 120 looked quite the same, distinguishing differences appearing in the shorter hood and front fenders of the new Six, also trim variations (the ornamental hood louvers on the One Twenty were chrome plated, whereas on the Six they were sheet metal stampings). Interiors were basic in design and materials, with no chrome trim on the dashboard.