- Engine Size
- 237ci 6-Cylinder
- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Manual
1939 Packard Six Convertible
The Packard Six was introduced in September 1936 as a 1937 model. The success of the Packard One-Twenty, a lower-priced eight added to the product line in 1935, convinced Packard management that a range of models in the mid-priced market was essential to survival in the Great Depression. The One-Twenty had sold at three-and-a-half times the volume of “senior” Packard's, the Eights, Super Eights and Twelves, in its introductory year. The Six displaced the One-Twenty as the most popular Packard by 1938, and in 1939 outsold all other Packard's combined. New features that were year were a column-mounted “Handi-shift,” replacing the floor-mounted gear lever, and heavier rear springs
Offered for sale is a beautifully restored 1939 Packard Six Convertible. This iconic brand is well represented in grey exterior with flawless red leather interior. Powered by a 237ci flathead 6-cylinder engine and 3-speed manual transmission, the Packard starts and drives like new with no issues whatsoever. There is no evidence of rust present or past. All functions of the car are operational with the only appearance flaws being cracks in the original steering wheel.
The Packard 6 is value priced at nowhere close to the cost of the restoration and can be proudly shown or driven at one's preference. Part of a large collection of vintage cars from our area, you would be proud to present and drive this car anywhere.