1931 Packard 845 Sedan

One of only five known examples of the 145.5-inch wheelbase Deluxe Eight featuring factory-built seven-passenger Sedan Limousine coachwork. Beautifully presented with a well-maintained restoration, and offered with full history from new. Ordered for Chicago’s Libby family of Libby’s Canned Foods fame in 1931, it remained in their possession through the mid-1960s. It was subsequently in the care of just one owner from 1968 through 2021, during which time it was treated to an extensive, multi-year restoration, completed in 2004. Handsomely presented in rich maroon with black fenders, roof, and accents, it features rarely rarely seen wooden artillery wheels, rear floor heater, chauffeur’s intercom system, rear privacy blinds and a trunk rack. A richly appointed and stately Packard limousine, rarely seen restored to this level. This vehicle just arrived and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.


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