1953 Packard BARN FIND

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Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Tan
Engine:327 Straight 8
Number of Cylinders:8
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ThisPACKARD was found in a old barn in Northern California. Everything isthere, and ready for a restoration. You don't find many of these carsthat haven't been modified or tampered with. Classics like this one aregetting harder to find. A good solid all original car.The car does not run, and has the usual wear for sitting from 30 plusyears. The trim, body, and dash cluster are in great shape! Original Radio found in the trunk, Everythingelse is there, just needs to be Restored, Make it all original again or Build aRat Rod. No Keys but that's just a minor detail. I was able to Pop the trunk from inside the car and removed the lock so its still able to be re-keyed. Pink Slip In hand
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Some Model info from Wikipedia:::

"The Patrician continued to representPackard's highest trim level sedans and rode on the 127" chassis. ThePatrician also was used for the basis of the custom bodied Henneypassenger models, including the 149" wheelbase 8 passenger PackardExecutive Sedans and Limousines, the difference being that the latterhad a partition window between the front and rear compartments. Duringthese years the Patrician received annual trim changes and improvementsassociated with model-year change-overs in the 1950s. The Henney professional cars (hearse, ambulance, flower car, servicecar) built on the 156" wheelbase commercial chassis generally usedPatrician-like trim except for 1954, which used Cavalier-like trim.Since the professional cars were fully coachbuilt bodies (notconversions) built on Packard's separate commercial chassis, their trimlevel had little to do with the Patrician except for the generalappearance. The Henney Junior, a short-wheelbase hearse or ambulance wasbuilt on the standard Cavalier-Patrician chasses (but with stronger,heavy-duty rear suspension) but had the 5-main bearing Cavalier enginerather than the 9-main bearing engine of the Patrician.
For 1953, the Patrician used the same 327-cubic-inch (5,360 cc)9-main bearing engine that used for 1951 and 1952 but for the first timeadded a four barrel
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