1940 Packard 110 Custom Convertible Street Rod

1940 Packard Custom 110

Condition: Used
Make: Packard
Type: Convertible
Trim: Custom 110
Year: 1940
Mileage: 00000
Color: Red
Engine: V-8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Sykesville, Maryland, United States

Description for Packard 1940

Packard 110 Custom Convertible. ZZ4 350cid crate motor, aluminum heads, 700R4 automatic transmission, new 9" Ford rear axle with 3.50 gear. Fatman front stub with rack & pinion steering, front sway bar, Posies rear super slide spring kit, new drive shaft and yokes, power steering, power brakes, heat and air conditioning. IDIDIT tilt column, spoke aluminum steering wheel, electric wipers, custom interior with bucket seats, console and seat belts. Custom reworked dash, custom Autometer gauges, Lokar floor shifter, hidden custom Autosound radio, Hagen fuel door kit, V-butt windshield, painted with House of Kolor Kosmos Red, smoothie running boards, LED tail lights, 3rd brake light, custom made trim moldings made from 1/2" half-round brass stock chromed, 17" Foose custom Billet aluminum rims, new black convertible top, aluminum radiator with electric fan and custom shroud, March aluminum pulleys and front dress set-up. Imitation style Fuel Injection air cleaner, Edelbrock 600cfm carburetor with electric choke, chrome master cylinder and booster. The car was built by Michigan Hot Rod Builder Ed Micol, who started with a very solid original body and frame. It was shown for the first time at the 56th Detroit Autorama.