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packard 180 1942
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maurice desrosiers
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i am looking to buy a 1942 packard 180 limousine i am serious buyer please contact desrosiers.mo@gmail.com or text 450 516-9997 thank you

Posted on: 6/21 7:56
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West Peterson
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Oh, man. You just missed one. There was a really nice one listed in Hemming's earlier this month. I see it has been pulled. Asking price was around $35k.

Posted on: 6/22 6:37
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A 1942 180 limousine by LeBaron will be featured in the next issue of The Packard Cormorant magazine (3rd Quarter 2022 - which is now being printed), but it's not for sale, as it is owned by the King of Norway.

Posted on: 6/22 10:38
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humanpotatohybrid
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No problem, just send a diplomatic cable over there and ask if it's for sale.

Or email his staff at this address: post@slottet.no

Posted on: 6/22 12:54
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You could try to retrieve the original 1942 180 sent to the Norwegian royal family. This one was enroute when the ship carrying it was torpedoed by a German U-Boat somewhere in the North Atlantic. Unfortunately, it is thousands of feet down and probably doesn't look too good after being underwater for 80 years. The second car was able to make it past the U-boats safely to Norway and this is the one owned by the royal family today.

A partially restored 1942 180 was recently sold at the C. Lewis Ablelove collection auction. Car only brought a top bid of $3,000, but it really needed a lot of work. Here is a picture I took of it at the auction site. It looked complete, but stuff was just piled up inside. It would probably take a small fortune to bring this car back.

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Posted on: 6/23 11:10
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