1940 packard 180 limited production 1806 club sedan unrestored superb original

Price: US $45,000.00 Item location: Belleville, Michigan, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Packard
  • Model: 1806
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: 180 club sedan
  • Year: 1940
  • Mileage: 13,000
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: super eight
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: 3 speed
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
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1940 Packard 1806

This Packard 180 was first introduced in 1940 and was Packard's top of the line vehicle. This was their replacement for the V12 models which had been used in previous years. The new design received a 356cc inline 8-cylinder engine which was able to produce an astounding 160hp. This would be claimed as the strongest 8-cylinder in the market at that time and Packard had placed a firm foothold in the realm of performance and Luxury. With a 110, 20, 60 and 180 series, he body styles were all very similar, he 180 was esteemed as the most luxurious as it hosted exquisite interior detailing, ncluding wood trim and vanities. Its lush carpets and superior fabrics fitted to its interior were presented in a prestigious manner. Out of all of the 1900 Packard 180’s built, ot many were similar with the 10 various body styles that were offered for that model alone. Each one was custom to its own rare and unique specifications and although the custom body era was drawing to a close shortly after that year, ackard kept a line of catalogued custom offerings. Only 1900 Packard 180's were built in 10 various body styles. Each one is rare and unique to its own specifications. This original unmolested example of the 1940 Packard 180 Club Sedan, his was the high end of the automobile realm of its time! With sealed-beam headlights, ual side mounts and trunk rack, win mirrored, ear mounted vanities with perfume bottles within and even lamb’s wool carpet, he quality and craftsmanship was certainly top of the line and holds itself to a high standard even to today. The original “Super Eight” I-8 3-speed manual transmission in great running order and has seen its maintenance completed regularly. Believed to only be 1 of 12 models left of the 1806 model, SanFrancisco California car all it existence in great condition inside, utside and underneath never rusty no filler in the body straight and clean All worn aged or weak mechanicals have been addressed and replaced. This Packard was actually purchased from the most prestigious Packard dealership of its time, arle C. Anthony Inc of San Francisco.and was a local car for over 50 years Included in the sale are two sets of keys, wner’s manual, echnical manual Recognized by the CCCA as a full classic, his 1940 Formal Sedan is perfect for long tours or weekend drives. It represents an era of Packard known for its quality. bid with confidence more photos on request Ron Malmsten 734 3830447