It goes without saying that the pre war Packards are the most collectable of the Packard line of classic automobiles, especially the 1941 Packard "120". By all accounts there were fewer than 100 of the "120's" produced in 1941. The only factory 1941 Packard Woodie wagons produced were the "110" and "120's" and they were sent out to the famous Hercules coach works for fabrication of the ash framed and mahogany paneled bodies.
This stunning 1941 Packard, "120" underwent a complete frame off restoration some time ago and still shines like new. It still retains most of it's original ash and mahogany wood body applied in 1941 at the Hercules Coach Works facility and sports many coats of marine spar varnish. The paint is the original color of Barbola blue. The interior is saddle colored leather that almost smells of new. The engine is the famous Packard 8 cylinder flat head that purrs down the road, sending power through the 3 speed transmission. The options include the famous single side mounted spare tire, radio, hot water heater and white wall tires.
If you have ever wanted to own one of the most iconic collectible Woodie wagons of all time, you need to come see and drive this beauty at our Southern California location, you will not be disappointed.
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