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1949 Packard 8 Touring Sedan - $12700 - Lakeway, TX - Not Mine

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1949 Packard 8 23rd Series Touring Sedan - $12700 - Lakeway, TX 


1949 Packard 23rd Series Touring Sedan. Restored car, rebuilt inline 8 cylinder engine. Perfectly working overdrive lets you run at reduced engine speeds. A comfortable, quiet, very nice highway cruiser. Base-coat/clearcoat paint for good sheen, low maintenance. New chrome, Coker radial www tires. A really good buy at this condition and price.

Contact: Norman (512) six-5-7-four-4-six-8

Copy and paste in your email: 62f2077cc60f37b9a7b440ed610e597b@sale.craigslist.org


I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1949 Packard 8 Touring Sedan.  

Note: 23rd Series Packards  comprise both 1949 and 1950 model years, are essentially continuations of the 22nd Series, the 23rd Series is easily identified by the mid-level side trim and oval taillights.   Packard clubs, parts and technical advice and on-line support is excellent should you decide to become 'the man who owns one'.

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Edited by 58L-Y8
Added phone number with help from Neil (see edit history)
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Despite the fact that they were not well received style wise when new, these are now artifacts of a different age. In that since they’re not completely unattractive. Compare this to the 2 tone green Pontiac recently on here.  There is just a lot of value in the old car hobby right now. You just need to pick 1-3 cars and enjoy the hobby. I got out in December but it’s tough.  

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11 hours ago, 58L-Y8 said:

Contact: Norman "show phone number' returns an error message for me, try it yourself if interested in this Packard.


I get the same error message when I click to 

reveal the phone number in the Craig's List ad.

Do others?  What causes that--do I need an

updated operating system, or is it CL's problem?

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I wonder if the sale of this Packard comes with the screwdriver that stuck in the top of the trunk lining. Including an air filter on the carburetor would probably be a good idea. Apart from these observations, I'd love to have it but for the room to keep it.

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