The Toronto Spring Classic Car Auction

Lot : 419
1936 Packard 120 Convertible Sedan

Auctioned on Saturday, June 2, 2018

Not Sold at a High Bid of $63,000

  • Transmission: Manual

The Packard 120 came about as the company sought to maintain their footing in the Depression. A more affordable car than the premier luxury automaker had offered in the past, the 120 was still sophisticated, beautiful and reliable. This gorgeous example has been refinished in a glowing red with tan leather interior. The sturdy inline eight cylinder engine backed by a manual transmission moves this fine motorcar with ease. Packard fog lamps, dual side mounted spares with hard covers and cover mounted exterior mirrors and a rear mounted folding luggage rack are found on the outside and of course, the graceful cormorant hood mascot adorns the front of the car. It rides on correct style wide whitewall tires mounted on steel wheels with trim rings and hub caps. Inside, the clock and factory radio can be found in the dash beside the regal looking factory gauges. Always a California car until now, this is an excellent time to purchase a pre war classic that runs and drives well.