This 1941 Packard 110 convertible has had a frame off restoration. It is powered by a straight 6 engine with a manual 3-speed transmission. This car is equipped with brown leather seating, Cadet Cream exterior paint, radio and clock, wipers, turn signals, fog lamps, full hubcaps, cloth top, wide white wall tires, Goddess of Speed hood ornament, full spare, floor mats, Tonneau cover, and it comes with some extra parts and pictures of the restoration. For the exterior, paint looks good but has some checking; body panels are very straight; doors, hood, and trunk fit perfectly; passenger door glass is cracked; and the chrome is very nice. For the interior: the door panels are mint, seats in wonderful shape, driver's seat has a split on the seam, dash is beautiful, gauges work, driver's window crank is inoperable, radio plays static, and the carpet is perfect. Mechanically, the engine and transmission were rebuilt, brakes are excellent, starts easily, steers perfectly, and everything functions correctly. Overall, this car can be driven with confidence. This pre-war American luxury car is not a queen, but a real car. It is an older restoration that is fun to drive!
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