May 16th 2015 Premier Automobile Sale (13)
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 5/15/2015
The Packard Eleventh Series 1101 Eight Touring might have been the “Standard” for Packard but was well beyond any standard automobiles produced in the 1930’s. One of the few luxury custom bodied automobile manufacturers to survive the Great Depression, the Touring Model was one of 10 different bodies in the 1101 lineup. With smooth L-head inline 8-cylinder engine producing 120 hp from 319 cu in, the Packard power plant was large enough to deal with the most elaborate and heaviest of formal coachwork. With three-speed manual transmission, the Packard Touring was 136 inches long and weighed over 4600 pounds.Offered is a fresh to market 1934 Packard Eight Model 1101 Touring. The stunning Packard graced AACA’s Hershey 50 year anniversary National Fall meet program in 2005. An AACA award winner, this locally owned Touring has been in the same collection for many years and looks as fresh today as it did 81 years ago. When Mr. Packard was ask by a wealthy client about the reliability of his automobiles, his response was, “ask the man who owns one,” a phrase attributed to the brand for many years to come. Truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the greatest and historical cars of the twentieth century.CORRECTION: This is a Phaeton NOT a Touring. - AACA award winner- Fresh to market- Show ready- Collector owned
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Minimum Bid: $31,250.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $101,750.00
Estimate: $125,000 - $175,000
Number Bids: 1
Auction closed on Friday, May 15, 2015.
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