1947 Packard Clipper in Calmar, AB
$43,900
1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L 1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L
1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L 1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L
1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L 1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L
1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L 1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L
1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L 1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L
1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L 1947 Packard Clipper  - C212271L

Seller Location

City: Calmar
State: AB
Zip Code: T0C0V0
Country: Canada

Details

Type: American Classic
Condition: Excellent
Mileage: 311
Exterior Color: Red
Interior Color: Beige
Engine Size: 8 Cylinder
Transmission: Manual
Driveline: FWD
Fuel Type: Gasoline
VIN: NA

 

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Description

1947 Packard Clipper Restomod "Pack Rat"

500 km = 311 miles
Cruise in this immaculate example of a very rare and drivable classic.
Original restored steel body car with comfortable custom interior power windows, power seats, electric windshield wipers, cruise control, vintage air conditioning, tilt tele power steering, custom pillarless windshield, original dash with full gauges
The 454 Chev RAT engine was rebuilt less than 5000 kms ago in 2018 with new 91 pistons Fi Tech fuel injection competition roller cam new lifters push rods valve springs timing chain 4340 BBC crank new MainRodCam bearings aluminum heads Hi Po aluminum high rise intake manifold Street Fire distributor Custom Rad tidy chrome serpentine belt assembly
A Bullet Proof Turbo hydro matic 400 auto trans to handle the torque. Reliable powerful and comfortable with reasonable fuel consumption. A Caprice front suspension is grafted to the original frame for much improved handling

Located in Calmar, AB

Stock Number C212271L

Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers.

Listing price in Canadian Dollars (CAD).

Stock Number: C212271L

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