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marque

PACKARD

modèle

SUPER EIGHT

finitions

1701 -Ambulance

année

1 9 3 9

quantité/prix

3 962 ex pour 6 styles de carrosserie
$châssis + $Aménagement

carrosserie

Ambulance

moteur/boite

voir descriptif ci-dessous

<<BARRETT-JACKSON>> ENCHERES DE SCOTTSDALE 2007 (Arizona)

 

PRODUCTION PACKARD 1939
  • l'année Packard 1939 fonctionnait non pas par millésime ou seulement à partir de 1951, mais il fonctionnait par Series, la première étant supposée être en 1924, l'année 1939 est la 17th Series et comprend
  • SIX (1700)
    • 6 carrosseries de $888 à $1404
    • moteur de 245cid développant 100cv à 3600t/mn
    • 24350 exemplaires
  • ONE TWENTY EIGHT (1701, 1702)
    • 9 carrosseries de $1099 à $1856
    • moteur de 282cid développant 120cv à 3800t/mn
    • 17 647 exemplaires
  • SUPER EIGHT (1703/1705)
    • 6 carrosseries de $1650 à $2294
    • moteur de 320cid développant 130cv à 3200t/mn
    • 3 962 exemplaires
  • TWELVE (1707, 1708)
    • 14 carrosseries de $4140 à $6880
    • moteur V12 de 473,3cid développant 175cv à 3200t/mn
    • 446 exemplaires

CE QU'EN DIT LE COMMISSAIRE-PRISEUR
  • 1939 PACKARD 1701-A CUSTOM AMBULANCE
  • 350cid V8 - 330hp
  • My understanding is that Brantford Coach and Body produced ambulances and hearses from 1930 to 1939. Production averaged 2 ambulances and 20 hearses per year, resulting in approximately 20-22 ambulances over a 10-year run. I have owned this car 25 years (4th owner) and, from all available information, believe it to be the only ambulance to have survived intact from the total production run. I did see a 1935 hood and Henney frame 20 years ago beside a barn, but the body was long gone, having been replaced with a Ford cab from a pickup truck. The car is original on the outside except for the winch on the front. The guiding phrase on the 5-year, 12,000 hour restoration and re-engineering was subtle elegance. As much of the original car was maintained as possible. Changes were approached from the point of view that, if a knowledgeable car person asks the question, "Is it or is it not original?", we had done our job in creating the illusion. The beginning of May 2005, I returned to Ontario, Canada, having completed a 5 1/2 month, 7,000 mile tour of the central and south eastern U.S. driving the Packard and towing a boat. This vehicle is literally a traffic stopping head turner, producing many smiles and thumbs up. At shows, it is looked at by more people, for a longer period of time, than any other present. If you appreciate the distinction of owning one of one in the world, this is your opportunity.

PHOTOS DE LA PACKARD SUPER EIGHT AMBULANCE 1939

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1937/1958

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