|Drive Side:||Left-hand drive|
|Number of Cylinders:||6|
|Warranty:||Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty|
|Item status:||In archive|
|Car location:||Lynchburg, Virginia, United States|
|For Sale By:||Private Seller|
Up for sale, A 1928 PACKARD Roadster Series 526, Car has a clear Virginia Title in the Owner name.Car was being restored by the owner when sadly he died before he finished it.The frame, body,paint and Engineoverhaul was completed,( as a past National AACA judge, I would say the work is very good). The Engine was done by one of the best in the area and run smooth as glass. The Chrome and woodgraining was done and very nice, the top is new and fits nicely. I drove the car out of the garage to take pictures and everything seem to fine, with no power steering I didn't want to take it out for a spin. The radiator Mastcot is just beautiful. I think the pictures speak for them self as to the work that was done before the owner death. Now the Bad, as you can see the upholstery has not been done and the wiring harness is not hooked up to the front lights and that it.All the old Upholstery was kept for pattern
The History on this Packard, Frank, my friend bought this car in 1949, it was a local car, I went with him to many show with this car, Frank sold it to a man in Northern Virginia and the late John Bought it about 25 years ago as a Rust Free driver and later decided to do a total restoration using his favorite colors, the car was originally Blue/Blk If you need more information, ask and I will try to answer to the best of my knowledge.
I am listing this Packard for a local AACA member and former Packard club member who just lost her husband .
Finial price transaction will be done with a Bank To Bank transfer of funds TO HER BANK
Because of it age No Warranty or guarantee giving Oral or written. Car is being sold as is, where is
$500.00 Non refundable deposit required
I just added a picture the wife had of it before he started the restoration, as you can see it was a very nice rust free car to start with. just the way I remember it back in the 60's when Frank had it
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