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For Sale : 1958 Packard 58L Station Wagon - $6,950 (550 route 7 south milton vt)


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Not Mine - more for the 'wagon' folks...

https://vermont.craigslist.org/ctd/d/milton-1958-packard-58l-station-wagon/7536959963.html

1958 Packard 58L Station Wagon Factory 289 V-8, Automatic, AM radio, Air-Cond, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Luggage Rack, New Tires, New Brake Lines, New Spark Plug Wires, New Spark Plugs, Rebuilt Carb, Wheels have been refinished, have all new side glass, Have New Tail Lenses, Have Air Cleaner, and all trim that is off car in pictures. it runs and drives, nice undercarriage and frame but needs body and paint work, Exhaust, and interior work. only 159 ever built 1 of only 4 known to exist. Will consider reasonable offers and classic car trades sorry no motorcycles. 802-343-29 six two   (more pics in ad)

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Just now, roysboystoys said:

My first thought was " no wonder they went of business"

 

What were they thinking, keep hanging stuff on it until we run out room?

 

it is a Studebaker with Packard script.

 

You might be surprised by the zeal of the wagon collectors.  I've never seen one of these before.

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I wonder how easy it would be to find a new windshield?  Is the windshield unique to the wagon or would a windshield from another '58 Packard work?

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WAS $19,950.00  ???

In what Universe ?

 

Another example of trying to make a clunker look like a bargain ?

I personally have no argument with the collectability of a "PackardBaker" Wagon-

and generally will not comment on supposed value of another guy's wheels-

(A gussied-up Stude?) 

The 1953 Loewy designed Studebaker was a breath of fresh air - a clean sheet exercise

but Here, she's all tarted up, knocked down, and struggling to survive !

Looking like a beat-up aging hooker ...

 

Not my cup of tea at any price

Edited by Marty Roth (see edit history)
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