Re: Various CL Pickings

Posted by packardsix1939 On 2024/2/23 14:24:57
1950 Club Sedan. Abandoned restoration project but much work has been completed. Bodywork is done and car is in primer. Ad states $5K in new chrome, new WW tires and new radiator core. This one looks very promising. Asking $8,500 which sounds reasonable if description is accurate. Duluth, MN:

1950 Sedan. Believe it is a Standard Eight. Nice, presentable driver. Looks good for the asking price. This could be a great entry level Packard for someone. Asking $8,900. Georgia:

1948 Henney Hearse. Very rough and rusty and probably only good for parts. Faded sign on rear door indicates that the car was once used by an upholstery business after its funeral days were over. Seller is asking $1,500. Minnesota.

1952 Mayfair Hardtop. Fully restored car. Looks very sharp in black over pale yellow with matching two tone interior. Ultramatic. Asking $25,995. I like this one. Idaho:

1940 120 Touring Sedan. Abandoned restoration project. In primer, looks complete. Asking $10K. California:

1940 120 Touring Sedan. Running and driving car, maybe not that great cosmetically, but body looks exceptionally straight. Ad states engine has been rebuilt. Asking $12,500. Los Angeles, CA:

1948 Club Sedan. Believe it is a Deluxe Eight. Nice car, very clean and rust free. Solid black paint job with good gloss. Interior has been redone and looks correct. Think it is worth the asking price of $15K. Eugene, OR:

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