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289 [ 326 ] Six Sedan

Model Information
YEAR:
1925
SERIES:
3rd
MODEL BODY:
289
MODEL CHASSIS:
326
MODEL NAME:
Six Sedan
VIN NUMBER:
289-1165
THEFT NUMBER:
NOTONTHIRDSERIES
BRIGGS/OTHER NUM:
PACKARD MODEL 289
General Information
STATUS:
Current Owner
STATUS DATE:
ACQUIRED WHERE:
South Chicago, IL
ACQUIRED DATE:
ACQUIRED CONDITION:
Good
OWNER:
Bob
OWNED LOCATION:
Fulshear, TX
OWNED CONDITION:
Fair
ORG DEALERSHIP:
No Data Plate
DELIVERED DATE:
Interior Information Exterior Information
INTERIOR CODE:
PAINT CODE:
-
PAINT NAME:
INTERIOR DESCRIPTION:
tan wool with a few moth holes
EXTERIOR DESCRIPTION:
tan wheels and middle body. brown above the belt-line, fenders and splash.
Drivetrain Information
ENGINE:
2886 (6 Cyl, 60 Hp)
ENGINE SERIAL:
86941
TRANSMISSION:
Other Information
OPTIONAL EQUIPTMENT:
VEHICLE HISTORY/
PROJECT STATUS:
This car, I was told, was located in Colorado. The man in South Chicago restored it with the help of his daughter, Theresa.
He never joined any clubs, but drove it around the block once a month and once a year drove it a mile to the city park for a local event.
One day I got a phone call from the son, who lived in Florida. Somehow he had heard I knew about 1925 Packards and he told me his Mother wanted to sell it because her husband and daughter had died.
I went to South Chicago, drove it round the block and bought it.
Fast forward two years....I was driving it home from a Lone Star Packard meet...about 10 miles away and a rod bearing disintegrated.
'Theresa' sits in our Car Parlor waiting for the engine rebuild to bubble up in the priority list.
Vehicle Modifications
MODIFICATIONS:
Non-original tail light can.
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