1926 Packard convertible: show-quality restoration for show circuit or pleasure
- Condition: Used
- Make: Packard
- SubModel: Convertible
- Type: Convertible
- Trim: convertible
- Year: 1926
- Mileage: 1,279
- VIN: 87053
- Color: Blue/Blue/Black
- Engine size: Single Six
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: like new
- Interior color: Black leaher
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1926 Packard Convertible
A Rare Find—1926 Packard SixThis fully restored (frame off) Packard is rarer than hen’s teeth! Our ’26 Packard is the convertible coupe (yes, ith rumble seat) Six model. Rare because so few were made; rare because only a handful are believed to have survived; and rare because this one looks and runs like new!
· Paint and Chrome
The first thing that jumps out about this Packard is the quality of the dark blue, ight blue and black three-tone paint combination. The paint is a 9+ on a scale of 10 and it all looks fresh.
The chrome trim is in very good to excellent condition, ithout any pitting or fuzziness.
The interior upholstery is in extremely nice condition from the leather seats, he leather rumble seat, nd the door panels. The convertible top and the rear window look like new.
The dash surfaces and all of the instruments are in excellent cosmetic and working condition as well.
The rumble seat compartment, omplete with golf door, as been refinished and the step pads enabling a passenger to enter/exit are pristine.
This model is known as the Packard Six, nd the engine starts right up and runs properly. The detailed engine sits in an equally nicely detailed engine bay.
The three-speed transmission shifts properly and goes readily into both the forward as well as reverse gears.
This car has full steel wheels mounted with virtually new-looking tires.
An Excellent Example of a Rare Packard Convertible
Pre-war Packard convertibles are difficult to find in good condition but finding excellent Twenties-vintage Packards is almost impossible. If you are in the market for an outstanding classic, his is a must-see car from both a rarity and a value perspective. You are unlikely to find another one of this quality outside the Packard museum.
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