1940 Packard 110 Convertible

6 Lark Industrail Parkway
Greenville, RI 02828
United States

1940 Packard
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The Convertible Coupe offered here is identified by its original firewall data plate as having been sold by the Consolidated Motor Company, Ltd., of Vancouver, British Columbia, on May 31, 1940. According to the current owner, the original owner was Edward Leon Czapiewski of nearby Burnaby. Mr. Czapiewski’s family sold the Packard to Dwight Findley of Richardson, Texas, who undertook some engine work, including new rings, wrist pins, and rod bearings (Invoices on file), and would enjoy the car with his wife on weekend drives. After her passing, the car was purchased by the current owner, believed to be only the third since new, in 2013.

Overall the car has an extremely charming appearance, with older paint showing some minor scratches and chips, and a very tidy interior with solid upholstery, original trim hardware, and a Packard Standard heater, all of which the owner believes to be original. The top is older and in good condition, as is the top boot, while the engine compartment and undercarriage show regular use and patina, however both being extremely clean. Over $19,600 of receipt-documented work has been performed in the present ownership by the noted marque specialists, Parker’s Packards of Massachusetts.

This is a lovely Packard for enthusiastic driving in warm (or cold climates) and is ready for immediate use! It starts easily hot or cold, brakes and steers very nicely and is just a joy to drive. Get in and go!

Tom Laferriere
6 Lark Industrail Parkway
Greenville RI 02828
United States

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