The Packard 120 presented to American buyers a car they had never seen before. The 120 was a mid-price range vehicle that Packard volume produced. It sold for a fraction of the price of the Packard Eights, Super Eights, and Twelves. The 120 debuted with superior engineeringsharper brakes, lighter steering, and smoother gearboxes, thus making it a smooth and pleasant drive. The 1936 year produced 55,000 120 model cars.
This is a fully restored 1936 Packard 120 B 3 window Rumble Seat coupe. Exterior is Packard Cream and the paint is excellent. All chrome and trim presents very well.
Interior is brown cloth seats with a painted wood trimmed dash that is in excellent condition. All interior components present very well.
Engine is the original 257 cid/120 hp straight eight with an iron block and aluminum cylinder head. The transmission is the 3-speed manual with synchromesh on the top two gears. Brakes are Bendix hydraulic brakes on all 4 wheels, independent front suspension, and an all steel body over a hardwood frame.
This is a show stopper and a rare beauty. It is located in KY and is available for viewing by appointment.