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  1. Thank you @Marty Roth   I appreciate the clarification as I was not aware that the one sold at Hershey was a 533 model.  It really didn't clearly state that in any of the materials that I read, so I will take your word for it.

    I appreciate the input and clarification.  Yes, the reserve was much higher on BAT as you can probably figure out from my asking price here.

    Hope this helps.

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  2. 10 minutes ago, auburnseeker said:

    I'm not a sedan man,  but that one is quite nice and the level of works looks very nice.  I wish I was looking for a project like that where you can actually see the light at the end of the tunnel. 

    Thank you @auburnseeker.  My dad restored several national prize winners and did almost all of the work himself with the exception of the chrome work and the upholstery.  

    His 1928 Packard 526 Roadster is also for sale on this site which won its Junior and Senior awards after his restoration.  

  3. 1931 Packard Series 826 Six 5-passenger sedan. 8 Cylinder.  Body-off restoration began 1983, climate control storage since. 100% parts complete. 75% re-assembly complete. Repaint dark green & black, grey cloth upholstery. Engine 100% done. Chrome, dash, wiring complete. Final needs: fender paint/install, upholstery finished. Remaining parts categorized.

    Car is in Pennsylvania.

    Pete 407-474-6378 (Florida)

    Asking $23500.  


    The spare tires are of the sidemount variety.  Pictures of the fenders attached.  They are primed and should require minimal work before final painting.  I have also added pictures of the interior.


    I also have a 1928 Packard Runabout (roadster) for sale.  Here is the link:





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  4. This 1928 Packard Series 526 Six 2/4-Passenger Runabout was purchased by my grandfather in 1961 and owned my father before I inherited the car in 2015.


    The car is powered by a 288ci inline-six paired with a 3-speed manual transmission and was refurbished by the family between 1980 and 1983 with a repaint in cream, new caramel leather upholstery, mechanical overhauls, and more. Additional equipment includes a tan soft top, rumble seat, dual side-mount spares, and factory-optional cowl lights.


    Maintenance during my ownership has consisted of a recored radiator, new battery, and mechanical inspection in September 2018. This AACA Junior and Senior award winner is offered in Pennsylvania with a clean Florida title in the seller’s name.


    The early 1980s refurbishment was a body off, down to metal restoration that included bodywork, a repaint in cream and black, and the addition of a green pinstripe as well as the initials of my grandfather on the doors.


    The car was  shown in 1983 AACA meets in York and Hershey, Pennsylvania, where it earned Junior and Senior Awards in successive shows.  The car also earned numerous Preservation Awards after receiving the Senior Award in October of 1983.


    Tons of records including original purchase documents of my grandfather, original owners manual.


    Identical vehicle not in nearly the same condition recently sold at RM Sotheby's Hershey for $71.5K.  Here is the link for the car:


    Asking $75000


    Please contact Pete English with questions/information or for additional pictures.


    Ph: 407-474-6378




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