1952 Packard 200 Deluxe
Presenting a very impressive 1952 Packard 200 Deluxe. The Packard 200 Deluxe, for 1952, had some additional points of distinction. It was equipped with a toothy-type grille; three jet louvers on the rear quarter of the body and chrome wheel trim rings. It has all the standard Packard 200 features, plus foam rubber front seats cushions, turn indicators, a glove box lamp and an electric clock.
We feel we have the nicest 1952 Packard anywhere. This was a very professional restoration from top to bottom, both inside and out. From the engine bay, where the 327 CID Thunderbolt Straight 8 is housed, to the interior. With utterly flawless dash dials, gauges, etc., they are perfect and devoid of any pitting or de-lamination and are all in working condition (excluding the clock). The body is laser straight, re-finished in the original Gallant Green. All the chrome and stainless steel has been polished and re-plated and it looks brand new. The underside (check out the pictures) is equally solid with no signs of rust or rot whatsoever. This survivor has been stored, pampered, and cared for greatly for several years. A great piece for any collection.