AMAZING RARE 1951 PACKARD HEARSE FOR SALE!!

Packard Hearse Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina

This is a 1951 Packard hearse. It is currently stored in a warehouse and in excellent condition! LOW MILAGE AND COMPLETELY ORIGINAL! ALL THE PARTS, THE ENGINE AND TRASMISSION ARE FACTORY ORIGINAL. The car was always kept inside warehouses so there is no rust in any metal parts. It was stored away in a warehouse about years ago when it was still in perfect running condition. Now (with a little TLC) it could be up and running again in no time. The wheels were removed to avoid damage to them.

Here we are attaching some old pictures from when the car was running and some of the current warehouse condition, still like new and the body is still in excellent condition with NO rust at all.

WE ARE US1 EXPORTS, A COMPANY FROM ARGENTINA SPECIALIZING IN SELLING INTERNATIONALLY; ANTIQUE AIRPLANES, MILITARY VEHICLES, WEAPONS, ETC. WE SHIP WORLDWIDE.























This is an Awesome Collector Vehicle for any Packard and/or Hearse Collector!! The price is USD$23,000 (Shipping Not Included).

Packard and Henney

Packard was the most prolific of America's prestige manufacturers, with Peerless and Pierce-Arrow comprising the "Three Ps" of upper crust automobiles. Of the three, only Packard emerged from the Depression, largely on the strength of a line of medium-priced cars introduced in 1935. Dramatic new "Clipper" styling in 1941 bolstered Packard sales, such that the more traditional "Senior" series were dropped after World War II. By 1950 Packard slipped behind rival Cadillac in sales. New president James Nance had a strategy for success, the seeds of which were sown soon after his arrival in 1952. Nance's plan was to distinguish the entry-level series from the larger Packards, both visually and in prestige.

Re-introducing the Clipper name, he applied it to the least expensive Packards, although his desire for a separate marque name was never fully implemented. Clippers had simple trim, smaller engines and fewer amenities, while the uppermost Patrician series featured longer wheelbases, more elegant trim and a line of executive sedans by professional car builder Henney Motor Company. Alongside these, Henney were also known for their work in designing commercial and professional vehicles including ambulances and hearses.


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NOTE:  This vehicle can be easily imported into the United States or Any other Country!! We will handle all the shipping documentation.

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