This 1940 Packard 160 business Coupe is beautifully restored, it’s a Full CCCA Classic, and with factory overdrive and a power to weight ratio only exceeded by a J Duesenberg, lots of fun to drive!
This car is loaded with accessories too – bumperguards, Cormorant mascot, Packard Spotlight, Dual sidemounts, sidemount mirrors, radio, heater, factory overdrive.
This car was restored, shown and toured on Caravans and driven to concours shows.
Here’s a shot from the rear – I like the wide whitewall radial tires, perfect for touring!
Lovely wide whitewalls
The Iconic Packard Mascot – the Cormorant
Sidemounts with Mirror and correct speed line trim pieces!
Beautiful runningboards – correct pattern and trim.
The rear bumperguard folds down to allow the trunk to open
Beautifully woodgrained dashboard, perfect dash plastic, and a lovely steering wheel recast in the 1940 Marb le Pattern.
Beautiful leather upholstery
Beautiful doorpanel and clean door edge. And, note the vent window cranks. The 120’s did not have the vent window cranks, so we’re looking at a genuine, real 160 here.
Nicely done under-dash, with radio speaker and heater showing.
Chrome on vent windows is excellent as is the new rubber trim
Again, nice vent windows.
Clean engine bay with correct carburetor showing.
Here’s the driver’s side, showing the new correct wiring harness. This is a 356 Cubic inch Packard Engine, with 160 factory rated horsepower! It has plenty of power, and it really moves! This car will easily handle freeway traffic – it’ll do 70 MPH all day long. This is a 356 engine from 1947 based on the F5 engine number.
A powerful and wonderful powerplant!
A perfect car-a-van car!
A beautiful and authentic car, ready to enjoy right now!
Hop in and go!