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1937 Packard 120 Club Sedan

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Packard : 120 Packard : 120 - eBay (item 270876722899 end time Dec-25-11 07:31:09 PST)

Item listed on EBAY as well as photos

Good Day Ladies and Gentleman,

I have here a 1937 Packard Model 120 Club Sedan, produced by the Packard Motor Car Company in Detroit Michigan.

This car has been in my possession for about 2 and half years and was recently been worked on for over a year at a restoration and repair shop in Germansville, PA. Having gotten the car back it is a real beauty and drove well also. She is a 3 speed floor stick in H-pattern, the car can achieve speeds up to and including 55+mph from what I've tested on the road.

This car has been invested quite a bit in repairs and is in great shape than when it first left. Some of the major work which was done...

*Electrical system rewired

*New Suspension & Break system

*New Exhaust manifold and system

*All lights work

*Heater works

*Windshield Wipers work

*Engine has been tuned

*Radiator repaired

*New original door handles installed w/key

*Throttle/Choke repaired works

*Upholstery replaced and repaired

Drives good, there are some steps to starting older vehicles if done right it will help out. It can be more difficult during cold winter, if you're not careful with carburetor vehicles you can easily flood the carburetor and it won't start. You'll have to let it sit to drain and air out before starting during a situation as that.

Vehicle has a clear title, has been driven sparingly and is clean. I have also the owners manual to the vehicle and the shop manual which covers the vehicle year, which will help the buyer on information pertaining to the car and how to maintain it properly.

Will sell as price listed unless presented with a good offer any where in continental U.S. provided buyer has arranged transportation for vehicle. For further questions regarding this vehicle please don't hesitate to ask.

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