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Published on Jun 6, 2013
This Packard must have been garaged all of it's life to be in this pristine unrestored condition as you see it today. The popular Model 120 was designated the Super 8 only for this year. The standard wheelbase for the Eight Series was increased from 120 inches to 127. Wheelbases for custom and 7 passenger Eights were between 139 and 148 inches. Because of the 1938 recession all car sales fell off and it was true also for the Packard which fell more than half to around 56,000 units. The engine supplied for this luxury Packard is a L-head eight with 237 cid and 100 bhp. Vee'd windshields were standard on all Packard models. Other features include those wide white wall tires with beauty rings, auxilliary headlights, chromed hood louvers, running boards, banjo type steering wheel, assist straps near rear seats, suicide doors, and luggage rack. This Eight Touring Sedan costs around $1,060 at the local Packard dealer and it appears you would get a lot fo your money. Take a "gander" of this wonderfully preserve Packard and thank you very much for viewing this '37 Touring Sedan.