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1955 PACKARD 400

1955 PACKARD 400 ONLY 43,000 ORIGINAL MILES! SPECTACULAR CONDITION! RECENT COSMETIC RESTORATION! MANY OPTIONS, INCLUDING: HEATER RADIO POWER STEERING POWER BRAKES 4-WAY SEAT WHITE SIDE WALLS SOLEX GLASS
1955 PACKARD 400
Finished in classic Turquoise Blue over Packard Ivory with beautiful Gray and Turquoise Blue interior. This exquisite motorcar comes well equipped with many options and has been driven just 43,000 miles from new. A recent cosmetic restoration has just been performed and this low mile 400 is now ready to be shown or driven! It is with great pride we offer this superb example of one of America’s greatest classics. This motorcar drives perfectly and everything works, including the original leveling system. Opportunity to own one of the best at an investment price. Bid with confidence – you will not be disappointed in this truly wonderful motorcar.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$27,600.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$700.00
SALE PRICE

$26,900.00
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1948 PACKARD WOODY WAGON

1948 PACKARD WOODY WAGON ONLY 75,000 ORIGINAL MILES! BEAUTIFUL OLDER RESTORATION! EXCELLENT DRIVER! TRULY A COLLECTOR’S DREAM!
1948 PACKARD WOODY WAGON
Finished in classic Sky Blue Metallic with beautiful Tan interior. This spectacular motorcar has gone through a complete restoration some time ago and is still in beautiful condition and would make an excellent driver. Packard Woody Wagons are extremely rare and seldom come on the market. This is a great opportunity to acquire this rare and sought after model at an investment price. Bid with confidence – you will not be disappointed in this wonderful example of one of America’s greatest classics.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$49,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$3,000.00
SALE PRICE

$46,900.00
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1941 PACKARD 110 DELUXE CONVERTIBLE

1941 PACKARD 110 DELUXE CONVERTIBLE ONE OF ONLY 3 FACTORY SPECIAL ORDERED FOR THE EUROPEAN MARKET IN RIGHT-HAND DRIVE! SPECTACULAR, NO EXPENSE SPARED RESTORATION! SHOWN AT PEBBLE BEACH CONCOURS BY THE BLACKHAWK COLLECTION! TRUL
1941 PACKARD 110 DELUXE CONVERTIBLE
Finished in stunning Cadet Cream with beautiful Burgundy interior. This exquisite motorcar is one of just 4 factory special ordered right-hand models and at this time is the only one known to exist. This motorcar is from the Blackhawk Collection where they had shown it at Pebble Beach Concours in the recent past. A comprehensive, no expense spared restoration has been performed on this motorcar and is now ready to be shown or driven. We are proud to offer what we believe to be one of the rarest Packard 110 Deluxe convertibles on the market today. Offered to the most astute collector, investor and enthusiast who understands and appreciates the investment potential of this rare and desired model. Bid with confidence – you will not be disappointed in this truly one-of-a-kind find!
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$90,400.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$20,500.00
SALE PRICE

$69,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
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1955 PACKARD 400 EXECUTIVE 2-DOOR COUPE

1955 PACKARD 400 EXECUTIVE 2-DOOR COUPE ONLY 28,310 ORIGINAL MILES! SPECTACULAR CONDITION THROUGHOUT! MATCHING #’S 352 V8 ENGINE WITH ULTRAMATIC TRANSMISSION! MANY OPTIONS, INCLUDING: POWER WINDOWS POWER SEATS DU
1955 PACKARD 400 EXECUTIVE 2-DOOR COUPE
Finished in classic 2-tone paint scheme of Zircon over Sapphire with original matching interior still covered in plastic. This magnificent motorcar has been driven just 28,000 miles from new and has been in the dry climate of Arizona nearly all of its life. Fitted with nearly every conceivable option certainly makes this one of the best finds on eBay. We are proud to offer this one-of-a-kind find for the particular collector, investor or enthusiast who appreciates low miles and superior condition. Bid with confidence – you will not be disappointed in this truly incredible motorcar!

N.A.D.A. Value ~

$34,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$5,000.00

SALE PRICE

$29,900.00
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1952 PACKARD MAYFAIR CONVERTIBLE

1952 PACKARD MAYFAIR CONVERTIBLE ORIGINAL CALIFORNIA CAR! SPECTACULAR, GROUND-UP RESTORATION! STUNNING COLOR COMBINATION! ONE OF LESS THAN 1,000 BUILT! ONE OF FEWER THAN 50 KNOWN TO EXIST! TRULY ONE OF THE GREATES
1952 PACKARD MAYFAIR CONVERTIBLE
Finished in classic and Packard Ivory with beautiful Red and Cream leather interior and Black convertible top. This awesome motorcar is among one of the finest examples we have seen in decades. A spectacular, ground-up restoration was completed and is now ready to be shown or driven. It is with great pride we offer this investment grade Packard to the most astute collector, investor and enthusiast who demands the best. Bid with confidence – this might just be one of the best finds on eBay!
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$54,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$5,000.00
SALE PRICE

$49,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
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1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE

1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE SPECTACULAR NO EXPENSE SPARED RESTORATION! RARE AND DESIRED COLOR COMBINATION! ONLY 67,375 ORIGINAL MILES! ONE OF ONLY 400 CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLES BUILT, AND ONE OF ONLY 26 KNOWN TO EXIST!
1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE
Finished in rare and desired Packard Ivory over Sunset Red, with Red and White leather interior and White power convertible top. This exquisite motorcar had been subject to a complete, no-expense-spared restoration and is now ready to be shown or driven. This motorcar is fitted with nearly every conceivable option and is refinished in its original factory colors, making this the finest and most desired of this sought after model on the market today. We are proud to offer this investment grade Packard to the most sophisticated collector, investor, or enthusiast who demands the best. Bid with confidence—you will not be disappointed in magnificent motorcar! RECENT SALES OF 1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLES: R&M Auctions, 2006: $165,000 Barrett-Jackson, 2007: $148,500 Barrett-Jackson, 2008: $155,100 Mecum Auctions, 2009: $137,500 CLICK HERE to watch a CNBC Video on Investing in Classic Cars!
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$149,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$20,000.00
SALE PRICE

$129,900.00
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1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE

1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE SPECTACULAR, NO EXPENSE SPARED RESTORATION! ONLY 50,741 ORIGINAL MILES! MATCHING #’S 352 CID V8 ENGINE WITH ORIGINAL DUAL QUAD CARBURETORS! OPTIONS INCLUDE: LEATHER SEATS POWER WINDO
1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE
Finished in rare Tri-Color White Jade over Fire Opal and Onyx Red with beautiful White, Red and Black interior. This exquisite motorcar is by far one of the finest examples we have offered in many years. We are proud to offer this low mile, beautifully restored Packard to the most particular collector, investor or enthusiast who demands the best. Bid with confidence – you will not be disappointed in this truly amazing motorcar!
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$158,400.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$59,400.00
SALE PRICE

$99,000.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
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1939 PACKARD 120 CONVERTIBLE COUPE

1939 PACKARD 120 CONVERTIBLE COUPE BEAUTIFUL RESTORATION JUST COMPLETED! SHOWING ONLY 29,222 MILES! STUNNING COLOR COMBINATION! READY TO BE SHOWN OR DRIVEN!
1939 PACKARD 120 CONVERTIBLE COUPE
Finished in classic Miami Sand with beautiful Deep Burgundy leather interior and Tan convertible top. This magnificent motorcar has been beautifully restored and is now ready to be shown or driven. We are proud to offer this investment grade Packard to the most sophisticated collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the investment potential of this great American classic. Seldom does one get an opportunity to acquire a motorcar of this magnitude. Bid with confidence – you will not be disappointed in this truly spectacular Packard convertible. HISTORY OF THE PACKARD 120: The Packard One-Twenty (also One Twenty and 120) was produced from 1935 to 1937 and from 1939 through the 1941 model years. The One-Twenty model designation was replaced by the Packard Eight model name during model years 1938 and 1942. The One-Twenty is an important car in Packard’s history because it signified the first time that Packard entered into the highly competitive mid-priced eight cylinder car market. Packard enthusiasts view the production of the One-Twenty and the Six/One-Ten models as the start of Packard losing its hold on the market as the premier American luxury automotive brand. The introduction of the One-Twenty (and later the Six/One-Ten models) was a necessary move to keep Packard in business during the final years of the Great Depression. The reason the company decided to forgo the development of a companion brand name to sell the less expensive models may have been linked to its single production line capability at its Grand Avenue manufacturing plant as much as to the expense of launching a new brand of automobile. By making the One-Twenty a Packard, the car could be brought to market quickly, and would afford buyers the cachet of owning a Packard. This car introduced the independent front suspension to the Packard line. As could be expected from this prestigious firm, the design had a special characteristic unique to Packard. The so-called “Safe-T-Flex” suspension was a unequal upper and lower A-arm type with the largest possible lower A-arm composed of two different arms bolted together at a ninety-degree angle. The support arm was a heavy steel forging reaching a few degrees forward of lateral from the front wheel support to as close to the centerline of the car as is practicable. An integral pad socketed the helical spring, whose upper end reached a high frame cross-beam. A tubular, hence lighter, steel torque arm was bolted to the support arm somewhat inboard of the wheel to permit a sufficient steering arc. It reached the frame nearly at the dashboard with a spherical rubber bearing. The upper A-arm was conventionally welded and oriented parallel to the lower one. Between it and the frame was an old-fashioned horizontal shock absorber whose two cylinders were side by side. The support arm carried all the load; the torque arm carried the accelerating and decelerating torque; the upper A-arm controlled the camber. Advantages claimed for the system included superior maintenance of wheel alignment from the wide spread of the lower A-arm, a permanent fixing of the caster angle, and an increased percentage of the braking force transmitted to the frame through the torque arm. In its introduction year, the Packard One-Twenty was available in a broad array of body styles including two and four-door sedans, convertible and Club Coupe. The One-Twenty was powered by Packard’s L-Head Eight cylinder engine producing 110 bhp (82 kW) at 3850 rpm. Prices for the car ranged from $980 for the three-passenger business coupe to $1,095 for the Touring Sedan. Introduced in January 1935, the car was an immediate success with consumers with Packard producing 24,995 One-Twentys compared to 7,000 of all other type Packards for the year. For 1936 Packard increased the displacement on the L-Head Eight, increasing its output to 120 bhp (89 kW), making the car capable of clocking a top speed of 85 mph (137 km/h). The One-Twenty added a convertible four door-sedan model which was the most expensive model in the range priced at $1,395. A total 55,042 units rolled off the line in 1936, the highest production that the One-Twenty would reach. In 1937, the One-Twenty went up-market as company introduced the Packard Six, the first six cylinder Packard in ten years. For 1937 the One-Twenty broadened its model range and was now available in “C” and “CD” trim levels. The line also added a wood-bodied station wagon, Touring Sedan and limousine built on a 138″ (inch) wheelbase and priced under $2,000. Introduced in September 1936, 50,100 units were produced during series production. For 1938, the One-Twenty name was dropped and its model folded into the Packard Eight model range, and bringing the model name into parity with the Packard Six. Returning to the Packard model range for 1939, the One-Twenty continued to be offered in a full range of body styles from coupe to Touring Limousine, with prices for the model range between $1,099 and $1,856. New for the year was introduction of column shifting, which did away with the floor shifter. Introduced in September 1938, a total of 17,647 units were built during the recession year which saw all automotive production the 1937 model year. The series name of One-Twenty officially became hyphenated for model year 1940. Again, the One-Twenty came in a full array of body styles, including a semi-custom convertible Victoria by Howard “Dutch” Darrin. Introduced in August 1939, total model year output was 28,138 units.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$69,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$5,000.00
SALE PRICE

$64,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
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1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE

1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE SPECTACULAR NO EXPENSE SPARED RESTORATION! RARE AND DESIRED COLOR COMBINATION! ONLY 54,160 ORIGINAL MILES! ONE OF ONLY 400 CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLES BUILT, AND ONE OF ONLY 26 KNOWN TO EXIST!
1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE
Finished in rare and desired Packard Ivory over Sunset Red, with Red and White leather interior and White power convertible top. This exquisite motorcar had been subject to a complete, no-expense-spared restoration and is now ready to be shown or driven. This motorcar is fitted with nearly every conceivable option and is refinished in its original factory colors, making this the finest and most desired of this sought after model on the market today. We are proud to offer this investment grade Packard to the most sophisticated collector, investor, or enthusiast who demands the best. Bid with confidence—you will not be disappointed in magnificent motorcar! HISTORY OF THE PACKARD CARIBBEAN: The Packard Caribbean was a “halo” vehicle produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan during model years 1953 through 1956. Some of the Caribbean’s styling was derived from the Pan American Packard show car of the previous year. Produced only as a convertible from 1953 to 1955, the Caribbean added a hardtop model in its final year of 1956. Introduced as part of the Packard Cavalier model range, the 1953 Caribbean was perhaps Packard’s most easily identified car because of its full cutout rear wheel housing and side trim, limited to a chrome band outline that stretched the entire length of the car. The band also helped to further delineate the car’s wheel openings. A steel continental spare tire was also standard. The hood featured a broad, low leaded-in hood scoop. Bodies for the Caribbean were modified by Mitchell-Bentley Corporation of Ionia, Michigan. Available “advertised” colors for the car were limited to Polaris Blue, Gulf Green Metallic, Maroon Metallic or Sahara Sand. However, a mere handful of special-ordered cars were built in Ivory or Black. Interiors of the Caribbean were richly upholstered in leather. Most Caribbeans were also generously optioned, although the Ultramatic transmission and power windows were optional cost items on the first year model. At total of 750 Caribbeans were built for the first model year, and these cars are highly sought after as collectible cars in the current collectible automobile market. Restored cars regularly sell in the six-figure ranges. Beginning in 1954 the Caribbean was elevated to senior Packard status. The Caribbean continued to have its own unique styling features, however the full rear-wheel cut-outs were eliminated and the use of chrome/stainless trim became more liberal, and allowed for two-tone paint combinations. Like the Patrician, the Caribbean also gained heavier “finned” headlight housings, one of the visual cues applied to help differentiate the senior Packard’s from their lower priced brethren. The 359-cubic-inch (5,880 cc) straight eight senior engine was used in this final incarnation of Packard’s straight eight engine. A total of only 400 Caribbeans were produced for the model year, making 1954 the rarest year for the Caribbean. RECENT SALES OF 1954 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLES: R&M Auctions, 2006: $165,000 Barrett-Jackson, 2007: $148,500 Barrett-Jackson, 2008: $155,100 Mecum Auctions, 2009: $137,500
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$157,400.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$37,500.00
SALE PRICE

$119,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
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1955 PACKARD 400 2-DOOR HARDTOP

1955 PACKARD 400 2-DOOR HARDTOP SPECTACULAR RESTORATION RECENTLY COMPLETED! RARE AND DESIRED COLOR COMBINATION! LOADED WITH OPTIONS, INCLUDING: AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION POWER STEERING POWER BRAKES POWER WINDOWS POWER
1955 PACKARD 400 2-DOOR HARDTOP
Finished in classic Sardonyx over White Jade with beautiful matching interior. This incredible motorcar has been beautifully restored and is now ready to be shown or driven. We are proud to offer this extremely rare Packard to the most astute collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the investment potential of this great American classic. Bid with confidence – you will not be disappointed in this truly magnificent motorcar!
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$30,400.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$3,500.00
SALE PRICE

$26,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
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1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN 2-DOOR HARDTOP

1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN 2-DOOR HARDTOP SPECTACULAR GROUND-UP RESTORATION JUST COMPLETED IN 2009! PREVIOUS OWNER STATED OVER $100,000 SPENT ON MATERIALS AND LABOR ALONE! FACTORY AUTHORIZED CARIBBEAN CONVERSION! ONE OF ONLY 5 BELI
1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN 2-DOOR HARDTOP
Finished in classic White Jade, Jade Green and Grey Pearl Metallic with beautiful Grey, Blue and White interior. A ground-up restoration was completed in 2009 and is now ready to be shown or driven. With only 39,865 actual miles and nearly every option, make this the perfect collectible. We are proud to offer the very best example of this rare and desired model to be found on the market today. Bid with confidence – this might just be one of the best finds on eBay! HISTORY OF THE 1955 PACKARD CARIBBEAN CONVERSION: Factory authorized dealer conversion to Caribbean – All paperwork and history – Senior car by CCCA and ACCA – Ground-up restoration – $100,000 spent in materials and labor – Just completed 2009 – Power steering – Power brakes – Twin antennas – 24 carat script – Caribbean trim – Tri color paint – 39,816 miles believed to be actual – Automatic transmission – 352/260 HP engine HISTORY FROM THE PREVIOUS OWNER: In 1955 Packard offered the top end Caribbean model only as a convertible. Customer demand for a 2-door hardtop version cause some dealers (with factory blessing) to apply Caribbean trim and special paint to several top of the line 2-door hardtops. In 1955 Packard did not offer the Caribbean in the 2-door hardtop and it is widely thought that only 5 Caribbean cars were “officially” produced by the factory. There is no difference between the 1955 and 1956 cars. Only 500 were built in the special Caribbean trim before Packard ceased business. this car was built late in 1955 and was ordered wtih 1956 trim and has all 1956 accessories typical of a 1956 car. It just had a complete ground-up restoration and still has under 40,000 original miles. This car is equipped with a tinted windshield, dual heaters, Twin-Ultramatic transmission, 4-wheel torsion level suspension, 352 V8 rated at 260 HP, power steeering, power brakes, radial whitewall tires, 2-speed wipers, padded dash leather trimmed interior, exterior courtesy light, and back up lights. The Caribbean trim consists of the special side mouldings, special Jade Green accent paint; 24-carat gold script, dual rear antennas, tri-color interior and wire wheels. With its many advanced features, Packard had produced a powerful car to compete with the luxury cars of the period but it came too late as 1956 was the last year of production for this famous automobile company under the “Packard” name. This significant and rare car is considered a “senior car” according to Packars International Club and is worthy of rally or concours events.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$54,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$5,000.00
SALE PRICE

$49,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
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1949 PACKARD EIGHT CONVERTIBLE

1949 PACKARD EIGHT CONVERTIBLE SPECTACULAR RESTORATION! ONLY 39,871 ACTUAL MILES! FITTED WITH MANY OPTIONS, INCLUDING: POWER WINDOWS POWER CONVERTIBLE TOP HEATER AM RADIO STUNNING COLOR COMBINATION! TRULY ONE OF THE NICEST EXAMPLES OF THIS RARE AND DESIRED MODEL TO BE FOUND ON EBAY! A COLLECTOR’S DREAM!
1949 PACKARD EIGHT CONVERTIBLE
Finished in classic and desired Dark Maroon Metallic with beautiful Maroon and Black interior and matching convertible top. This incredible motorcar has been beautifully restored and is now ready to be shown or driven. This motorcar has been driven just 39,871 just miles from new and comes with many desired options, such as power windows, power convertible top, and of course, the awesome 5.4 litre inline 8-cyliner engine! We are proud to offer this investment grade Packard to the most astute collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the investment potential of this great American classic. Bid with confidence – this might just be one of the best finds on eBay! CLICK HERE for recent auction results!
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$64,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$5,000.00
SALE PRICE

$59,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
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1938 PACKARD TWELVE ALL-WEATHER CABRIOLET

1938 PACKARD TWELVE ALL-WEATHER CABRIOLET SPECTACULAR, NO EXPENSE SPARED, FRAME-OFF RESTORATION! #8 OF ONLY 35 BRUNN CABRIOLETS PRODUCED! 1 OF ONLY 5 BUILT IN THIS DESIRED CONFIGURATION! AT $8,355, THIS WAS THE MOST EXPENSIVE P
1938 PACKARD TWELVE ALL-WEATHER CABRIOLET
Finished in classic and desired All Black with beautiful Light Tan leather interior to the rear and Black leather interior to the chauffer’s compartment. This incredible motorcar has been subject to a no expense spared, frame-off quality restoration and has been stored in a climate controlled facility since. We are proud to offer what we believe to be one of the very best examples of this incredibly rare and desired body style. This is an investment opportunity of a lifetime to acquire one of the very best at an investment price. Bid with confidence – you will not be disappointed in this truly magnificent Packard! HISTORY OF THE 1938 PACKARD TWELVE: At $8,355 it was the most expensive Packard in 1938 Series 1608, 175 bhp, 473.3 cu. in. L-head V12 engine, three-speed manual transmission, coil spring independent front and semi-elliptic leaf spring rear suspension, four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes with vacuum booster. Wheelbase: 139″ By the 1930s, the Packard Motor Car Company had a long pedigree with twelve-cylinder engines. The first, the Twin Six of 1916 to 1923, had become almost synonymous with the genre, phased out only when the modern Single Eight was introduced in 1924. But while the Single Eight set new standards for smoothness and agility, by the early 1930s the multi-cylinder wars had begun again in Detroit. Cadillac introduced V12s and V16s in 1930, and Pierce-Arrow, Auburn and even Franklin had twelves in the wings for 1932. Resurrecting the Twin Six name, Packard met the challenge with a completely new engine. A 67-degree vee, the new powerplant displaced 445 cubic inches, just 20 more than the old engine, but developed 75 percent more power. In 1933 the name was changed to simply “Packard Twelve,” and two years later displacement rose to 473.3 cubic inches, making 175 brake horsepower. Packard Twelves received coil spring front suspension and hydraulic brakes for 1937, later than the more junior series, as well as a vacuum-assisted clutch. In addition to production bodies and chassis sent for custom coachwork, Packard cataloged a number of styles from the major coachbuilders, among them Dietrich, LeBaron, Rollston and Brunn. Although Hermann Brunn had apprenticed with his uncle’s carriage-building firm, when he set up his own company, Brunn &. Co., of Buffalo, New York, in 1908, it was for the design and construction of automobile bodies. Brunn’s business got a boost in 1920 with a contract for Lincoln bodies, which continued and grew after Henry Ford bought Lincoln in 1922. Although closely associated with Lincoln, by the 1930s Brunn was also building custom and semi-custom styles for Pierce-Arrow, Cadillac and Packard. One of the distinctive styles of the late ‘30s was the cabriolet, a seven-passenger semi-enclosed type built either as the All Weather style, with removable roof over the chauffeur’s compartment, or Touring Cabriolet with a fixed roof and clerestory windows over the windshield. Either could be had as a collapsible cabriolet, in which the rear roof of the passenger compartment retracted, or non-collapsible, with solid rear quarters and non-functional landau irons.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$299,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$50,000.00
SALE PRICE

$249,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
Towing & Rental Coverage, $0 Deductible
For Pricing and Additional Information
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1937 PACKARD 115C CONVERTIBLE

1937 PACKARD 115C CONVERTIBLE BEAUTIFUL RESTORATION! LAST YEAR FOR THE LOW WINDSHIELD! FITTED WITH MANY DESIRED FEATURES, INCLUDING: DUAL FENDER MOUNT SPARES RUMBLE SEAT FOG LAMP TRUNK RACK HEATER CLOCK AM RAD
1937 PACKARD 115C CONVERTIBLE
Finished in classic Cream with beautiful Black leather interior Tan convertible top. This incredible motorcar has been beautifully restored and is now ready to be shown or driven. Fitted with many options and features, including: rumble seat, dual fender mounted spares, trunk rack, fog lamps, clock, heater, AM radio and much more! We are proud to offer this investment grade Packard convertible to the most astute collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the investment potential of this great American classic. Bid with confidence – this just might be one of the best finds on eBay!
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$114,100.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$54,200.00
SALE PRICE

$59,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
Towing & Rental Coverage, $0 Deductible
For Pricing and Additional Information
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1948 PACKARD DELUXE 8 TOURING SEDAN

1948 PACKARD DELUXE 8 TOURING SEDAN JUST IN FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA! PURCHASED NEW IN ENCINO, CA BY A DOCTOR FROM PASADENA! SPECTACULAR RESTORATION RECENTLY COMPLETED! RARE AND DESIRED COLOR COMBINATION! TRULY ONE OF THE NICEST EXAMPLES OF THIS RARE AND DESIRED MODEL TO BE FOUND ON EBAY! A COLLECTOR’S DREAM!
1948 PACKARD DELUXE 8 TOURING SEDAN
Finished in classic and desired Golden Green Metallic with beautiful new Beige Interior. This incredible motorcar was purchased new in Encino, CA by a doctor from Pasadena who drove it through the mid-70’s when his wife put it in storage. It remained in storage for over 30 years until its recent restoration. We are proud to offer this investment grade Deluxe 8 to the most sophisticated collector, investor or enthusiast who appreciates and understands the rarity of this rare classic. Bid with confidence – this just might be one of the best finds on eBay! HISTORY OF THE 1948 PACKARD DELUXE 8: Following World War II, the remaining independent American auto manufacturers worked feverishly to beat the “Big Three” to market with their completely new automotive designs. Packard was no exception. The all-new 22nd Series was introduced in August 1947, and since Packard did not limit itself to model year changeovers unlike its larger competitors, the new models were marketed until May 1949. The new Packard models featured clean and streamlined “Free-flow” styling. Radically rounded, they featured an elongated hood, an “ox-yoke” upper grille, and a horizontal, wraparound lower grille. The New York Fashion Academy chose the new 22nd Series Packard line as its “Fashion Car of the Year” for 1948, and Packard’s Custom Victoria Convertible Coupe was honored at automobile salons and concourse events worldwide. More important, however, was the smooth, quiet and solid operation that distinguished Packard from its competitors. With remarkable durability and longevity designed into the cars from the outset, all components were truly overbuilt. However, at the end of the postwar seller’s market, buyers quickly began to favor the more glamorous automobiles and styling trends characteristic of the American car market of the 1950s.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$29,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$3,000.00
SALE PRICE

$26,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
Towing & Rental Coverage, $0 Deductible
For Pricing and Additional Information
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1939 PACKARD SUPER 8 4-DOOR MODEL 1703 TOURING SEDAN

1939 PACKARD SUPER 8 4-DOOR MODEL 1703 TOURING SEDAN ORIGINAL CALIFORNIA CAR! ONLY 24,660 ACTUAL MILES! SPECTACULAR ORIGINAL CONDITION! 320 CU. IN. STRAIGHT 8 ENGINE! COMPLETE OWNERSHIP HISTORY! COMES WITH ITS ORIGINAL CALIFORNIA 1939 WORLD’S FAIR LICENSE PLATES AND ORIGINAL KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES (BRAND NEW TIRES ON IT NOW)! ONE OF A KIND FIND! TREMENDOUS INVESTMENT POTENTIAL!
1939 PACKARD SUPER 8 4-DOOR MODEL 1703 TOURING SEDAN
Finished in classic All Black with beautiful Taupe interior. This incredible motorcar was originally delivered in southern California where it had been in storage for many years. Below you will find a statement from the previous owner on the complete history of this wonderful motorcar. We are pleased to offer this extremely rare find to the most astute collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates this great American classic. Bid with confidence – this might just be one of the best finds on eBay! A LETTER FROM THE PREVIOUS OWNER REGARDING HISTORY OF THE CAR: This is a type of every old car collector’s dream – an old car sitting in storage nearly its entire life! First, let me tell you two opening remarks and then the story. I use to run a restoration shop in the 1970’s so I am not an ignorant when it comes to old cars and restorations. I still tinker with it as a hobby. So I know what to look for as far as problems. Since 1988 I have been the Director of an International Christian Non-profit Organization called: Laymen Ministries. (see: www. Lmn.org) From time to time we have people donate items to sell to support one of the many mission projects worldwide: i.e. building and staffing jungle schools for indigenous kids in the Philippines; operate prison ministry programs in Romania and the Philippines. English language schools in China, medical work in North India and Nepal, Medical clinic in Vanuatu; TV programming in South India and Russia, orphanages in Lithuania, etc. On one of our satellite TV programs I mentioned how I use to restore old cars and actually started this Ministry by selling off many of my personal old cars. One viewer was touched by the story and called and said he had a car he wanted to donate. The story is quite interesting. THE STORY: A couple bought this car brand new in 1939. A tragedy struck the family in late 1940 when the husband died. The wife could not drive so she put the car in storage in a big warehouse in Central California. WWII came and went. Then in the 1950s, when her son came back from the Korean War, he was not interested in dad’s old car, so it remained in storage until 1970! In 1970, a Mr. Frank Marcella bought the car for the cost of storage. He cleaned it up, drove it as a hobby car for 2 years, and then parked it on a carport, covered it with old blankets, until a Mr. Wilbur (Will) Richards bought it in May of 1973. He and his wife are the people who donated the car to us. Will used the car for special occasions, such as weddings, etc. but the car was basically parked in storage shed at a Christian publishing house in Mountain View, California from 1973 to 1984. This publishing moved to Nampa, Idaho in 1984 and Will took the car with him to Idaho and from 1984 to 2006 it was sitting in his garage. THE CAR: This is a 1938 Packard Super 8 Sedan. Because the car was in storage nearly its whole life it has only 24,660 miles on it. It is complete and completely original. I have a photocopy of the title from 1973 and other paperwork. According to the spec chart, only 3962 Super Eight cars were produced in 1939. Even the tires are the same ones that came with the car when new. Everything is there, the original spare tire, jack; everything. All the Super 8 hubcaps (with no dents) and beauty rings are on the tires. The hood ornament is complete. The stainless running board trim is there. The car has the radio in it. Will (Mr. Richards) told me that everything was working last time he drove it about 12 years ago, including the gauges. In the trunk are extra gaskets, carburetor, and even a set of 1939 California Worlds Fair license plates.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$67,800.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$37,900.00
SALE PRICE

$29,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
Towing & Rental Coverage, $0 Deductible
For Pricing and Additional Information
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1941 PACKARD 120 19TH SERIES CLUB COUPE

1941 PACKARD 120 19TH SERIES CLUB COUPE BEAUTIFUL RESTORATION! READY TO BE SHOWN OR DRIVEN! EXTREMELY RARE AND DESIRED CLUB COUPE MODEL! RUNS AND DRIVES BEAUTIFULLY! TRULY ONE OF THE NICEST EXAMPLES OF THIS HIGHLY DESIRED MODEL TO BE FOUND ON EBAY! A COLLECTOR’S DREAM!
1941 PACKARD 120 19TH SERIES CLUB COUPE
Finished in classic All Black with beautiful Gray cloth interior. This incredible motorcar has been beautifully restored approximately 5 years ago and has been driven less than 1,000 miles since. It comes equipped with its 282 CI 8-cylinder engine and 3-speed transmission all on a 120-inch wheel base. Excellent performance – drives quietly and smoothly. The restoration included stainless steel exhaust, new gas tank, new white wall tires and much more! We are proud to offer this magnificent Packard Club Coupe to the most sophisticated collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the investment potential of this great American classic. Bid with confidence – this just might be one of the best finds on eBay

N.A.D.A. Value ~

$39,900.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$3,000.00

SALE PRICE

$36,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
Towing & Rental Coverage, $0 Deductible
For Pricing and Additional Information
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1934 PACKARD SERIES 1101 EIGHT COUPE ROADSTER

1934 PACKARD SERIES 1101 EIGHT COUPE ROADSTER LESS THAN 300 PRODUCED, ONLY ABOUT 10 PERCENT SURVIVE! EXCELLENT EARLIER RESTORATION! 320-CUBIC-INCH STRAIGHT EIGHT/120-HORSEPOWER! MATCHING #’S ENGINE! FINISHED IN CLASSIC BLACK WITH BEAUTIFUL BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR! HIGHLY DESIRABLE REAR-MOUNTED SINGLE-SPARE! WIRE WHEELS WITH VERY RARE BUDD WHEEL COVERS! FULL CLASSIC STATUS WITH CLASSIC CAR CLUB OF AMERICA! HAND-BUILT PACKARD QUALITY AND ELEGANCE! OWNER’S MANUAL! VACUUM ASSISTED BRAKES! AUTOMATIC CHASSIS LUBRICATION SYSTEM! DRIVER ADJUSTABLE SHOCK ABSORBERS! OIL TEMPERATURE REGULATOR! AUTOMATIC CHOKE! NEARLY FIVE TIMES THE PRICE OF A NEW FORD IN 1934!
1934 PACKARD SERIES 1101 EIGHT COUPE ROADSTER
Finished in classic black with a rich black leather interior and black top, this 136” wheelbase 1934 Packard Eight Coupe Roadster is the epitome of what a classic car should embody: it is elegant, powerful, sporting, and stately. This rare and well preserved Packard is in beautiful condition and according to the cowling tag, began its life In New Orleans. One can only imagine the stories this classic Coupe Roadster could tell from its days in the Big Easy. This car displays an amazing array of advanced engineering for 1934, including automatic choke, synchronized transmission, vacuum assisted brakes, automatic chassis lubrication system, and cockpit adjustable ride control! Engineering prowess combined with captivating design elements such as a low belt-line, elegant flowing fenders, and a prominent V-shaped radiator made Packard among the finest automobiles in the world. The straight-8 engine runs superbly and the car drives beautifully. This car would make a brilliant addition to any collection of high caliber. This is a true investment grade automobile, one that has proven to be steadily increasing in value. According to London based investment research firm, Historic Automobile Group International, classic cars have appreciated an average of 13-percent per year since 1980 – while stocks averaged 11-percent over the same period. Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Bid with confidence – for over 40 years Daniel Schmitt & Co. has built an unrivaled reputation by uniting the world’s finest motorcars with those who treasure them.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$303,500.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$143,600.00
SALE PRICE

$159,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
Towing & Rental Coverage, $0 Deductible
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1931 PACKARD 833 STANDARD SERIES CONVERTIBLE COUPE

1931 PACKARD 833 STANDARD SERIES CONVERTIBLE COUPE UNBELIEVABLY PRESTINE FRAME-OFF RESTORATION! GORGEOUS BURGUNDY AND BLACK WITH REDLEATHER INTERIOR! OPTIONAL DUAL SIDE-MOUNTED SPARES! IMMACULATE CHROME WIRE WHEELS! RARE TRIPPE SPEEDLIGHTS! 320 CUBIC-INCH STRAIGHT EIGHT/100-HORSEPOWER! SLICK SHIFTING 4-SPEED TRANSMISSION! DRIVES BEAUTIFULLY! FANTASTIC CHROME AND BRIGHT-WORK! REAR MOUNTED TRUNK! ORIGINAL WHEELS INCLUDED!
1931 PACKARD 833 STANDARD SERIES CONVERTIBLE COUPE
Finished in gorgeous black and burgundy and trimmed in red leather, this 1931 Packard 833 Standard Series Convertible Coupe is in stunning condition, having been fully restored to a very high level. The quality of work and expense incurred is evident from every angle. This car simply does not disappoint with its high quality chrome, dual side-mounted spares, and rare Trippe Speedlights. Built during a tumultuous time for Packard and the rest of the country, Packard production hit a 10-year low in 1931 and company brass decided it was time to begin to alter company products to reflect the new economic reality. This transitional period resulted in an abbreviated production year of only 10-months in 1931, and makes cars of this year the last ones made before Packard began taking a more somewhat more economic minded approach to building cars. Do not miss this opportunity to acquire this pristine full CCCA classic. This is truly an investment grade vehicle. According to London based investment research firm, Historic Automobile Group International, classic cars have appreciated an average of 13-percent per year since 1980 – while stocks averaged 11-percent over the same period. Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Bid with confidence – for over 40 years Daniel Schmitt & Co. has built an unrivaled reputation by uniting the world’s finest motorcars with those who treasure them.

N.A.D.A. Value ~

$236,100.00

– DISCOUNT ~

$76,200.00

SALE PRICE

$159,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
Towing & Rental Coverage, $0 Deductible
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1940 PACKARD 180 FORMAL SEDAN TOWN CAR

1940 PACKARD 180 FORMAL SEDAN TOWN CAR FROM THE COLLECTION OF JIM HOLLINGSWORTH, THE AUTHOR OF “1940 PACKARD’S!” TOWN CAR CONVERSION PERFORMED AT A COST OF $80,000! FULL CCCA CLASSIC STATUS! 356-CUBIC-INCH STRAIGHT-8/160 HORSEPOWER! REAR DIVIDER GLASS! A MAGNIFICENT CUSTOM COACH-BUILT CLASSIC!
1940 PACKARD 180 FORMAL SEDAN TOWN CAR
Of the 76,927 vehicles Packard produced in 1940, the ultra-luxurious 180-Series cars numbered only 1,900. Of those 1,900, only two Formal Sedan Town Cars are known to exist. This incredible car comes from the collection of Jim Hollingsowrth, the author of “1940 Packard’s,” and preeminent Packard expert. Upon acquiring this car in 1977, Mr. Hollingsworth decided to recreate the storied Rollston conversions of long past and transform this Formal Sedan into an All Weather Cabriolet, otherwise known as the Town Car. The painstaking work was performed by Jimi Ala at a cost of $80,000 and upon its completion, Mr. Hollingsworth was satisfied that his end product was indistinguishable from the original Rollston cars. Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Bid with confidence – for over 40 years Daniel Schmitt & Co. has built an unrivaled reputation by uniting the world’s finest motorcars with those who treasure them.
N.A.D.A. Value ~

$0.00

– DISCOUNT ~

($89,900.00)
SALE PRICE

$89,900.00
WARRANTY AVAILABLE!
This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!
Towing & Rental Coverage, $0 Deductible
For Pricing and Additional Information
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