Stk#081 1936 Packard 120B 4-Door Convertible Sedan
Custom Body by Dietrich
Also have book of photos of build
All Steel Car
Painted a beautiful Silver with a black top that is like new. Newer running board rubber, Rocker molding like new, door handles, front & rear bumpers like new. Trunk, spare tire, all hinges, hood handles, head light trim, Swan hood ornament, chrome grill louvers are all like new. The antenna, driver side outside mirror, head light top trim, grill, running lights all like new. Packard hub caps on steel rims and wide white wall tires, Coker Classics, chrome windshield post like new. Class and Style!
Power bucket seats in front done in dark gray leather, back seat is bench and dark gray leather. Door panels front and rear in light gray. Light gray kick panels. Black carpet and all are like new. Like new sill plates, window cranks and chrome door handles. Original factory instruments and cluster, original clock in glove box. Door and trim all like new. Original radio, A/C vents mounted under dash, original steering column and steering wheel and horn and all like new. Lokar shifter mounted in floor, chrome turn signal set with 4-way flasher mounted on steering column. Convertible top bows are painted gloss black and look new. Original rear view mirror is also like new. Dash is painted silver to match car, original emergency brake handle and it works. Cowl vent works, Gray rubber floor mats are new. Seat belts in front and rear. This is a real beauty inside.
Powered by a 350 GM engine stock, 400 transmission, stock intake, Edelbrock 4-barrel carb, stock air cleaner and valve covers, factory Serpentine system, stock brackets, stock A/C compressor and alternator, stock exhaust manifolds. Power steering, aluminum radiator with dual mini fans, plastic overflow tank. Chrome wire looms. New single exhaust with chrome tip, 9" Ford rear end with drum brake, leaf springs wrapped, new brake lines, sway bar in rear, original style front end with Fatman works and disc brakes. Drives and handles great! Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.