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Two of my
current inventory favorites are this
1942 Packard 8 120 convertible coupe,an outstanding restoration of a
California car,that was the pride and joy of a longtime AACA member
and Packard enthusiast.Finished in a subtle two tone brown,with a complimenting
leather interior,and tan canvas top,the car presents a dashing figure,set
off with the side mounted spare,gleaming chrome,and wire wheels.It runs
and drives down the road as one would expect-an exceptional example.
$59,900, and this 1961 Imperial convertible,a recent,extensive,expensive
refurbishing of what was a solid,original car,to include new paint,top,leather
interior,and mechanical attention,as needed.It's nicely accessorized
with push button automatic transmission,P.S.,P.B.,P.W.,and factory air.While
it's not been done to "show quality" standards,as one of only
429 produced in '61,it's not likely that many others exist-priced less
than the refurbishing cost at $44,900.