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1941 Packard Business Coupe (110) - $11,000 (Sandpoint ID)

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Packard Business Coupe. In my family since new. Originally purchased in Gilroy, CA. Brought to the Northwest 25 years ago. It has always been garaged. Surface rust on the roof from wet surfboards. Original paint, and interior including seat covers. Original condition, never been touched. Truly a treasure! Dash in good condition. 

  • Bill  (206) 948-2694

  • condition: good
    drive: rwd
    fuel: gas
    odometer: 92000
    paint color: blue
    title status: clean
    transmission: manual
    type: coupe00b0b_iViKprcafRAz_0t20CI_1200x900.jpg00a0a_1oT0i9XeZqIz_0t20CI_1200x900.jpg00V0V_1Gj7EnlDuF0z_0t20CI_1200x900.jpg00909_jLe32zKr1isz_0t20CI_1200x900.jpg


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Still Available, Price Reduced to $8,500: 8-30-2022:

1941 Packard 110 Business Coupe - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

1941 Packard 110 business coupe. Grew up in California, brought to Washington 25 years ago. Always been garaged. Been in the family since purchased new in Gilroy, CA from the “Jack W. Ronald” dealership. Minor surface rust on roof from wet surfboard! Original paint, original condition, never been touched. 92,000 miles. Original seat covers on front seat. Dash in good condition. $8500 Firm. Thanks Bill

Contact: Bill (206) 9-four-8-two-6-9-4

Copy and paste in your email: 5292b4f8b0ac3379a031b50bfb2bccc0@sale.craigslist.org

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7 minutes ago, Bloo said:

I've never been able to get real excited about Packard sixes, but I'll make an exception for this.




I'd bet you'd enjoy this '41 Packard 110 business coupe once you had it sorted and dependable.  The six is 245 ci, 100hp @ 3200rpm but more important 195 ft/lbs @ 1200rpm torque in a 3200 lbs car.  Parts and service support and advice is excellent from multiple sources.


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9 minutes ago, Jim Skelly said:

What's the fuzzy stuff on the top center of the dashboard?

The 1941 110 instrument panel is mahogany finish with the center panel a tan plastic which being susceptible to sun damage warps badly.  This one appears better than most...

'41 Packard 110 dash.jpg

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