1936 Packard 120 Touring Sedan 282 CI straight 8-cylinder engine


Description


282 CI straight 8-cylinder engine
3-speed manual transmission
Cleaned and painted undercarriage
Converted to 12 volt system
Packard Cormorant hood ornament
Rechromed bumpers and grille
Mostly original glass
Original chrome hubcaps
Dual fender-mounted spares
Rear luggage rack
Mostly original glass
Original running board covers
Painted steel wheels
Wide Whitewall tires
28,350 miles
Previously part of a private collection and relinquished only recently into the public market, this 1936 Packard 120 5-passenger Touring Sedan displays just 28,000 miles on its odometer. The 282 CI straight 8-cylinder engine was rated for 120 horsepower at 3,800 RPM with a single Stromberg downdraft carburetor. The engine was backed by a 3-speed selective synchromesh manual transmission with floor-shift control. The straight 8-cylinder engine helped the Packard 120 make for a sustainable 85 MPH top speed. This Packard was upgraded from the original 6-volt to a more contemporary 12-volt electrical system throughout. The undercarriage was thoroughly cleaned and painted into chassis black for protection and good looks.
The formal black exterior finish is accented by a beltline and window-opening pinstripes in red. The Packard Cormorant hood ornament soars above chrome grille and bumpers. The front bumper is equipped with Packard-approved accessory dual Pilot Ray steering lights, which follow directions from the steering wheel to light the way ahead of and beside the driver. The original chrome hubcaps with famous Packard red hexagon emblems grace the four wheels and dual fender-mounted spares with optional covers and top-mount mirrors. Running board covers and a retractable rear luggage rack round out the exterior. The Packard 120 Touring Sedan rides on painted and pinstriped disc-style wheels with wide whitewall tires
1936 Packard 120 Touring Sedan 282 CI straight 8-cylinder engine
$ 15,700.00
282 CI straight 8-cylinder engine
3-speed manual transmission
Cleaned and painted undercarriage
Converted to 12 volt system
Packard Cormorant hood ornament
Rechromed bumpers and grille
Mostly original glass
Original chrome hubcaps
Dual fender-mounted spares
Rear luggage rack
Mostly original glass
Original running board covers
Painted steel wheels
Wide Whitewall tires
28,350 miles
Previously part of a private collection and relinquished only recently into the public market, this 1936 Packard 120 5-passenger Touring Sedan displays just 28,000 miles on its odometer. The 282 CI straight 8-cylinder engine was rated for 120 horsepower at 3,800 RPM with a single Stromberg downdraft carburetor. The engine was backed by a 3-speed selective synchromesh manual transmission with floor-shift control. The straight 8-cylinder engine helped the Packard 120 make for a sustainable 85 MPH top speed. This Packard was upgraded from the original 6-volt to a more contemporary 12-volt electrical system throughout. The undercarriage was thoroughly cleaned and painted into chassis black for protection and good looks.
The formal black exterior finish is accented by a beltline and window-opening pinstripes in red. The Packard Cormorant hood ornament soars above chrome grille and bumpers. The front bumper is equipped with Packard-approved accessory dual Pilot Ray steering lights, which follow directions from the steering wheel to light the way ahead of and beside the driver. The original chrome hubcaps with famous Packard red hexagon emblems grace the four wheels and dual fender-mounted spares with optional covers and top-mount mirrors. Running board covers and a retractable rear luggage rack round out the exterior. The Packard 120 Touring Sedan rides on painted and pinstriped disc-style wheels with wide whitewall tires

Additional information

Make: Packard
Model: 120 Touring
Type: Sedan
Year: 1936
Doors: 4
Mileage: 28343
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Black
Vehicle Identification Number: 367635
United States, Nebraska, Omaha
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