1948 Packard Convertible

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One owner from new, family owned.

The previous owner worked as a Packard mechanic for a family Packard dealership (owned by his brother) located in Pittsburg, Kansas. It was called Stacy Motor Company. He purchased the Packard in 1948 straight off the showroom floor, and has owned it ever since. The car was used in parades for the “prom queen” and “college queen” parades during the 50’s in Kansas.

•One Owner from New (66 years)

•152,000 miles

•Garaged for past 25 years

•All original

•Power windows

The body in beautiful condition, with no rust, dings, scratches or dents. Body is straight and panel fit is very good.The interior and carpeting are in good condition and assumed to have been restored in the past 25 years. The chrome looks good and has no pitting.

•Repainted 15-20 years ago

•Convertible top replaced 20-25 years ago.

Will need:

•A new battery

•A seal around the reservoir of the hydraulic system.

Blue with blue interior and white top.

Beautiful time capsule.