classic vintage chrome touring sedan flat head six 3-speed manual green

1937 Packard Six Touring Sedan

Condition: Used
Make: Packard
Model: Six
SubModel: Touring Sedan
Type: Sedan
Trim: Touring Sedan
Year: 1937
Mileage: 29198
VIN: 108236191
Color: Green
Engine: Flat Head 6 cyl.
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: --
Item location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States

Description for Packard Six 1937

This 1937 Packard Six Touring Sedan is quite an interesting piece of pre-war motoring history, and it's presented in a truly vintage style. And because this one is coming off of two-decades of great care (including $$$$ in maintenance receipts,) it makes for a great way to enjoy the full classic motoring experience.
Packards of this era instantly commanded respect with the bright and tall grille. They are a first-class design with body lines that are artfully allowed to develop. Just look at the crease that begins with a point on the hood and runs until it gently fades away at the rear - that's pure rolling sculpture. And the white pinstripe laid within this coordinates with the whitewall tires for that delicate hint of elegance. This has all the beautiful details that you'll love, like the torpedo-like headlights, bright chrome bumpers, correct two-piece wheel covers, and the Goddess of Speed leading the way. The green paint is a lacquer finish with plenty of aged-in maturity. That's good news to many classic fans, because there's just something fun about a vintage finish where plenty of people will just assume its original. Plus, 1937 was the launch of the Packard Six era with this 115C model. It's an interesting history where this was the one to help make Packards more affordable, and yet, there wasn't a Ford or Chevy that could even come near it in price or opulence. It's why Packard set an all-time sales high for 1937, and at the same time, they built so few that you'll likely be the only one who gets to tell the story at the car show today.
Suicide doors are always a dignified look on these pre-war sedans. As you look inside, the interior has a full classic style, but it's in a far fresher presentation that tells you there has been the right care here. You feel it in the soft tweed of the two rows of plush seating, matching door panels, and well-done carpeting. A sedan like this offers big room for everyone, and if your family and friends are true vintage car fans, they'll love going for a ride. The age of the wood trim, the classic gauges, and big steering wheel with proper Packard center cap are all part of a full package that feels like it was frozen in time.
As the Packard Six name suggests, 1937 was the debut of an inline-six motor. Packard's "Ask the man who owns one" motto still applies here, because you'll give a terrific endorsement of the smooth nature of this motor. We have a detailed receipt file of thousands $$$$ invested in keeping this a strong runner. The servicing includes, new belts, cleaned radiator, cleaned/serviced brake system, new battery, tune-up (spark plug, ignition, wire cleaning, etc.,) resealed water pump, and replaced thermostat. The odometer was even serviced to ensure that it keeps working correctly, because there is a history to show that the low odometer is believed to reflect the car's full actual mileage. It runs like a true classic driver, and the three-speed manual transmission gives you firm control. So it's easy to experience the unique luxury ride that a premium Packard offers.
Not only does the sale come with receipts, but also the owner's manual, service manual, and title documentation. It all makes for an exceptional classic with exceptional care. So if you love driving your history, call today!