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For Sale. 1939 Packard Twelve 2/4 Coupe


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Delivered new to Mr. Shea, President of Shea's Brewery in Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada. Originally ordered as a spare car to supplement his other two chauffer driven cars. This car saw only minimal use. Repainted once, known ownership since new. The Packard also went through a local auction in 1973 where it achieved a buyer at 20,000.00 by Jimmy Pattison. A local sucessfull business man. historic Documents and ownership papers included in sale as well as a audio recording of the auction of 1973.

Runs and drives well. Mostly orginal condition drive train. interior in fantastic shape. Paint and body very nice. Perfect tour car. Twelve cylinder power with hydraulic brakes.  More pictures upon request.

 

Asking 85,000.00 USD

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20 hours ago, Anthony Bianchini said:

Is this car still available? I'm potentially interested. Would like to see more pictures. 

 

 

Send him a PM through the site......he still had it last I knew.

 

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Milburn Drysdale, wondered where I'd seen/heard that name previously.

 

Now I know, The Beverley Hillbillies, with this from Wikipedia - 

Milburn Drysdale

Mr. Drysdale (portrayed by Raymond Bailey in 247 episodes) is the Clampetts' banker, confidant, and next-door neighbor. He is obsessed with money, and to keep the Clampetts' $96,000,000 (in 1969; equivalent to $677,488,203 in 2020) in his Commerce Bank, Mr. Drysdale will do everything he can to cater to their every wish. He often forces others, especially his long-suffering secretary, to help fulfill their outlandish requests.

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