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Matt Harwood

1936 Packard 120 Convertible Coupe *SOLD*

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*SOLD* Pretty car. Very good older restoration with new red leather interior two years ago. Three owners. Five new Diamondback radials plus two extra wheels painted to match. Modified with dual electrical systems, 6 and 12 volt, totally separate. Starts on 12V (will also start on 6V). 12V system also powers an electric pusher fan. 6V system operates as normal, all gauges and lights work properly on 6V system. Has both original 6V generator and 12V +ground alternator, 6V battery under seat and 12V battery under hood. Unusual but system seems to work and it does start instantly. Drives well, tracks straight, brakes strong. Minor exhaust leak that we are investigating but it's not bad and if it's more than a gasket, I'm not going to chase it. Factory radio powers up but does not make sound. Above average 120 that remains one of the best-driving Packards of the '30s. Owner's manual included. A very appealing car. $69,900.

 

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This is 1 of my bucket list cars.

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Wow, prices really up on the junior cars. That's in the  range of what I thought my 1604 convertible coupe is worth...

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