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1940 PACKARD 110 CONVERTIBLE

1940 Packard 110 Convertible for sale at daniel schmitt & co. classic cars, classic packard for sale, packard 110 for sale

1940 PACKARD 110 CONVERTIBLE

1940 proved to be a good year for Packard. Styling across the entire marque was updated with a slightly restyled grille and different placement of the headlamps, which now sat flush against the tops of the fenders. The Packard 110 line was launched in August 1939. While Packard had reintroduced…

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1956 Packard Caribbean

1956 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE

While the Packard name would continue until the 1958 model year, many historians consider 1956 to be the last year for “true” Packard production. Despite Packard’s troubled financial status, that did not stop the company from unveiling some more innovations for the 1956 model year. The automatic transmission was now…

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11947 Packard Custom Super Clipper Eight Army Staff Car for sal e at Daniel Schmitt & Co

1947 PACKARD CUSTOM SUPER CLIPPER EIGHT ARMY STAFF CAR

The 1947 Packard Custom Super Clipper Eight Army Staff Car featured here is finished in U.S. Army Green with an impeccably kept blue interior. This incredible motorcar is a replica of the WWII Army staff car that was delivered new in 1942 and used by US General Douglas MacArthur. It…

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1949 Packard Eight Club Sedan

1949 PACKARD EIGHT CLUB SEDAN

For 1949 Packard marked its Golden Anniversary and started celebrating in grand fashion with a dealers’ drive-away of 2,000 gold painted Packards. Packard would upgrade the trim for their 50th year with the front bumpers showcasing full chrome, versus the painted centers from the previous year in addition to center-placed…

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1929 Packard Deluxe Eight Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton for sale by Daniel Schmitt & Co. classic packard eight deluxe for sale

1929 PACKARD DELUXE EIGHT DUAL COWL SPORT PHAETON BY DIETRICH

Packard introduced the 645 Deluxe Eight, a chassis specifically designed for the extravagant custom and semi-custom bodies of the time, before the stock market crashed in 1929. These long-wheelbase cars, with their long hoods and strong and silent nine-main-bearing engines, have come to be regarded by collectors as the ultimate…

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1936 Packard Twelve All Weather Cabriolet

CHARLIE CHAPLIN’S 1936 PACKARD TWELVE ALL WEATHER CABRIOLET BY LEBARON

1936 proved to be a tremendous year for Packard with the new 120 model providing a huge boost in sales. This pushed Packard to its largest production year thus far with nearly 81,000 cars leaving the Michigan facility during 1936. Despite the effects of the Great Depression, Packard had successfully…

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1937 Packard Twelve Coupe Roadster for sale at Daniel Schmitt & Co. Classic cars, daniel schmitt st. louis

1937 PACKARD TWELVE COUPE ROADSTER

1937 was a big year for Packard. The company was continuing its philosophy of a car for every class, and customers had an incredible 50 different models to choose from. Packard would sell an astounding 109,518 cars in 1937, 90% of which were either the 115 6-cylinder or 120 8-cylinder…

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1932 Packard Eight Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton from Daniel Schmitt & co. Classic car gallery

1932 PACKARD EIGHT DUAL COWL SPORT PHAETON

For 1932 Packard’s Standard Eight line saw several improvements. The 902 Series models came with a new frame with a 136.5” wheelbase that featured double drops for the axles and cross-bracing for extra rigidity. Adjustable suspension referred to as “Ride Control” was now a standard feature and meant the 1932…

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1929 Packard Eight 626 Rumble Seat Convertible Coupe Daniel Schmitt & Co.

1929 PACKARD EIGHT 626 RUMBLE SEAT CONVERTIBLE COUPE

Packard’s 1929 models were known as the Sixth Series and saw straight eights become standard across all model lines. The so-called “standard eights,” such as that offered here, rode a 126.5-inch wheelbase chassis, with power from an all-new 90-horsepower, 319.2-cubic inch inline eight-cylinder engine. Five disc wheels were standard equipment,…

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1932 Packard 900 Sedan

1932 PACKARD 900 LIGHT EIGHT SEDAN

For 1932 Packard would introduce the 900 or “Light Eight” model. Designed as an entry-level model to compete with Buick, the 900 was the first and only Packard to feature the unique shovel nose grill, a styling que that leads to many today calling the Packard 900 one of the…

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1940 Packard Super 8

1940 PACKARD ONE SIXTY SUPER EIGHT BUSINESS COUPE

The 1940 Packard One Sixty Super Eight Business Coupe featured here is finished in gorgeous Miami Sand with a beautiful original grey-beige interior. This magnificent motorcar has been beautifully maintained; it drives and performs wonderfully and would make an excellent addition to any collection. We are proud to offer this…

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1947 Packard Custom Super Clipper Eight LWB Sedan

1947 PACKARD CUSTOM SUPER CLIPPER EIGHT L.W.B. SEDAN

The 1947 Packard Custom Super Clipper Eight LWB Sedan featured here is finished in gorgeous Coral Blue Metallic with an impeccably-kept blue interior. This magnificent motorcar is the rare and desirable long wheelbase version and one of only 1,772 built. It was recently serviced and is ready to drive or…

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1940 Packard 180 Super Eight Custom Formal Sedan

1940 PACKARD 180 SUPER EIGHT CUSTOM FORMAL SEDAN

The 1940 Packard 180 Super Eight Custom Formal Sedan featured here is finished in gorgeous black with a beautiful tan interior. This magnificent 1940 Packard 180 Super Eight Custom Formal Sedan is among one of the finest examples we have seen of this extremely rare model. A recent cosmetic and…

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1938 Packard 12 Model 1608 Limousine

1938 PACKARD 12 MODEL 1608 LIMOUSINE

The 1938 Packard 12 Model 1608 Limousine featured here is finished in classic Packard Maroon with a beautiful black and grey interior. This 12 Model 1608 Limousine is among one of the most original and correct examples to be found on the market today! It is believed to be one…

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1940 PACKARD ONE-TWENTY CLUB COUPE

Finished in gorgeous Harbor Gray with a beautiful Salmon cloth interior, this magnificent motorcar is among one of the finest examples we have seen in many years. It has been beautifully restored and is ready for the show circuit. Regarded as one of the most well-designed Club Coupes of all…

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1927 Packard 336 Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton body by Holbrook from Daniel Schmitt & Co.

1927 PACKARD 336 DUAL COWL SPORT PHAETON BODY BY HOLBROOK

Finished in stunning all black with a gorgeous red leather interior, this 1927 Packard 336 Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton is often regarded as one of the most beautiful body designs of all time. This Packard is well equipped with period accessories including dual spotlights, wire wheels with dual spares, Packard…

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1949 PACKARD SUPER 8 TOURING SEDAN

Finished in stunning all-black with a gorgeous tan broadcloth and Bedford fabric interior, this magnificent motorcar has been beautifully restored and is among one of the finest examples we have seen in years. It is fitted with visors, a left-hand spotlight, and a highly desirable color combination thus making it…

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1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE

1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE JUST IN FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA! ONLY 43,571 ORIGINAL MILES! SPECTACULAR, NO EXPENSE SPARED RESTORATION RECENTLY COMPLETED! RARE AND DESIRED COLOR COMBINATION! LOADED WITH OPTIONS! 1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE Finished in classic and desired Packard Ivory over Matador Red and Black with matching leather interior. This exquisite…

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1948 PACKARD DELUXE 8

1948 PACKARD DELUXE 8 JUST IN FROM PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA! SPECTACULAR FRAME-UP RESTORATION RECENTLY COMPLETED! STUNNING COLOR COMBINATION! TRULY A COLLECTOR’S DREAM! 1948 PACKARD DELUXE 8 Finished in classic and desired Deep Burgundy with beautifully kept Light Beige interior. This exquisite motorcar was just purchased in Southern California from its…

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