Please take a good look at this very rare hard to find Packard being offered for sale.
While this may not appear cosmetically as anything special, this Packard is VERY special for its low production and rarity; 1953 had been a good year for Packard and the industry. 1954 saw Ford and Chevrolet enter into a sales war that really undermined sales for the independents. Total Packard sales that year were 13,252. Of that amount, 4998 were Clippers (junior series) and 8254 were Cavaliers and series 400 (Patricians, Mayfair hardtops, Caribbeans, Packard convertibles). Of these senior series cars, only 2637 were Cavaliers, making it the rarer than the Patrician, the other 1954 senior series sedan.
This is a solid rust-free example sold in dry Austin, TX where it remained all of its life until purchased and relocated to Brentwood, TN by its current (4th) Owner. All title history has been completed and included with this sale. Except for the surface rust patina, this car is amazingly solid with ALOT of the pricey restoration work completed by current and prior owners. See the photo of the thick binder packed FULL of receipts and paperwork documenting this cars history and restoration work up to this point included with the sale.