Rare Barn Find: 1939 Packard 6, 1700 Business Coupe. This car was stored in a chicken barn, located near an almond orchard for many years, and just recently has seen the light of day. It has the original color of burgundy, the original miles are questionable, although the speedometer reads 44,000. It has a new battery, spark plugs and wires, new distributor cap and rebuilt carburetor. I put new brake shoes and master cylinders all around. Original radio works after the tubes warm up, and the static is included. All the lights work, it has the original owners manual and Packard parts book. The engine starts easy, and runs like a sewing machine. Tank full of gas. It has the cutest little mouse nest in the trunk, where the mice have worked very hard to prepare an Almond nut meal for the entire family. The mice have borrowed some headliner material to build their nest, so don't expect a factory look for the headliner. It still has the original 1939 World's Fair license plate.
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