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1942 Packard 110 Convertible Coupe

Full Restoration, Well Equipped, Rare!

$49,800

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This is a very nice 1942 Packard featured in an attractive color combination. It has been fully restored and well loved over the years. Surprisingly, the 110 six cylinder has impressive performance.

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This is a beautifully restored 1942 Packard 110 Convertible Coupe that is ready for local and regional shows and regular use.  The 1942 Packard’s have many features that are unique for its year.  Features such as the wheel covers, starting procedures, door handles and even the vacuum operated power convertible top.  This example is delightful to drive and is simply gorgeous to admire.

American automobiles from 1942 are incredibly rare since the US entered the war and all industrial efforts pivoted to helping with the war effort.  Packard’s 1942 models commenced on August 25, 1941 and ended abruptly on February 7, 1942.  This Packard was sold new in Flint, MI at the MC Davis Packard dealership on August 21, 1943, a full year and a half after it was built.

The livery is stunning in Cadet Cream (Paint Code 4492) with the red accented wheels with wide white walled tires, beautiful chrome throughout and its black canvas convertible top with red binding.  The paint is in excellent condition and is polished well for show.  There are only a couple very small areas where the body prep could have been improved for concours judging, but overall it is beautifully restored.  The body work and paint were done by William Link of Scottsdale.  This example is well accessorized with a spotlight and the optional trunk guards.  The running boards look great in a black Rhino finish as opposed to the original rubber.   All the stainless steel trim is well polished and also look great.  The Goddess of Speed hood ornament also looks great and as-new.

The interior features maroon leather interior throughout.  The maroon leather, carpet and interior as a whole are in excellent condition and are done with the proper materials.  The seats are very comfortable and the deluxe steering wheel is wrapped in leather and is comfortable to use.  The interior was finished as a Deluxe interior and it really looks fantastic.  All of the maroon dash plastic is in excellent condition, and the radio is in excellent condition, although no antenna is connected leaving it non-functional.  All of the instrumentation works well with the exception of the clock.

The black canvas convertible top can be manually raised and lowered.  It is a vacuum operated power top that can be rebuilt and made functioning.  Rebuilding the components costs about $3,000.  The canvas top and the chrome top frame are all in very nice condition.  It would benefit from a convertible top boot cover.

Under the hood is the 245 CID straight six cylinder Packard engine that delivers 105 hp, an increase over the prior year.  With its 122′ wheelbase, the 110 performs well and handles great.  The three-speed transmission shifts smoothly.  Every part of this Packard has been restored.  The chassis is beautifully detailed and would perform well in shows.

For more details and information, please call or text Harry Clark at +1.602.245.7200 or email us at harry@classicpromenade.com.  The Packard is available for viewing in our Phoenix showroom.

1942 Packard 110 Convertible Coupe

$49,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER NAME
LOCATION USA
VIEWS 479

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1942 Packard 110 Convertible Coupe
1942 Packard 110 Convertible Coupe

$49,800

VIN 1589-2745
BODY STYLE Convertible Coupe
FUEL Gasoline
MILES 1,800
GEARBOX Manual
DOORS 2
INT COLOR Maroon Leather
EXT COLOR Cadet Cream
YEAR 1942
LOCATION Phoenix, AZ
PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 479

Packard 110

The Packard Eighteenth Series One-Ten was a range of six-cylinder automobiles produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan during the 1940 and 1941 model years. The One-Ten designation was renamed from the previous Packard Fifteenth Series Six (115-C).The One-Ten shared the wheelbase of the One-Twenty but was given the One-Ten designation to…
The Packard Eighteenth Series One-Ten was a range of six-cylinder automobiles produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan during the 1940 and 1941 model years. The One-Ten designation was renamed from the previous Packard Fifteenth Series Six (115-C).The One-Ten shared the wheelbase of the One-Twenty but was given the One-Ten designation to indicate it was the entry level product. Packard reintroduced a line of six-cylinder cars in 1937 after a ten-year absence as a response to the economic depression and ongoing recovery cycle in the United States. As an independent automaker, Packard could not look to other internal divisions to support its luxury models, so the inclusion of the Six, and the later One-Ten, was necessary to aid in supporting the firm's bottom line until better times returned.

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