1937 PACKARD 115 CONVERTIBLE - 16188 Sold* at Scottsdale 35th Anniversary 2006 - Lot #1015 1937 PACKARD 115 CONVERTIBLE https://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/16188/16188_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #1015   1937 PACKARD 115 CONVERTIBLE
Auction Scottsdale 35th Anniversary 2006
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 1015
Year 1937
Make PACKARD
Model
Style 115 CONVERTIBLE
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN T36213
Exterior Color BLACK
Interior Color RED
Cylinders 0
Engine Size 0
Transmission
Description
Lot #1015 - The Packard began it's life in the early 1890's when Ward Packard first got the idea to build a motor car. In 1903 the Packard Motor Car Company was formed. By 1909 James Ward Packard was ready to retire and turn the presidency over to Henry Joy who had joined Packard in 1901 under his direction the Packard company had grown to 6000 employees and their factory covered 33 acres of floor space. They continued to build high quality expensive cars. By 1925 Packard was the indisputable leader in the field of prestige automobiles. The depression of the 1930's hurt Packard. It was during this period that Packard decided to build a lower priced automobile and the 115 series was brought out. This move saved Packard. This stunning example of the 1937 115 runble seat convertible is truly a piece of Packard history. Meticulously restored to its original condition, this 115 is a concours winning automobile. Finished in black with red leather coachwork, and exquisite wood dash work. Options include artillery wheels, inline 8 cylinder motor with 135 horsepower, Fog lights, luggage rack, and the in truck spare tire. What a rare opportunity to own this exquisite example of a truly great American classic automobile.
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