Greg L

1929 Packard 626 2/4 Coupe

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Barn find survivor. 1929 626 2/4 Coupe with rumble seat. Possibly original Packard blue paint. Mostly all original and very complete- missing one side mount spare. The last owner had it since 1970 and it has only seen the light of day a handful of times since then. Amazingly rust free- the bottom of battery box is the only significant rust. Runs and drives- did not test drive on road as the tires are in very bad shape. Has the "Deluxe" package- dual side mount spares, chrome cowl band with drivng lights and luggage rack. $29500-  reasonable offers considered. More pics on request.  Greg  509-991-6287  greg@euroah.com

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Yes, and not to be critical as it looks a good thing but the Cormorant is certainly out of place, as are the wheels, brake drums and therefore a ? over the axles?

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16 minutes ago, George Smolinski said:

Pardon my ignorance, but what the heck are you talking about?

 

The bird ornament sitting on the radiator cap.

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It's argued in Packard circles whether it's a cormorant, some think a pelican, though that's a stretch too.  Either way, wasn't on cars this early, which probably has no affect on value of car.

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Whatever the bird is, at least it's not the J. C. Whitney version with the light-up plastic wings.  :D

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