1937 Packard 120 Convertible Coupé Can you imagine the magic of the moment when Mr. Fernand Tiquet discovered this Packard 120 Convertible Coupé in a derilict state in this barn in the Belgian Ardennes? This Packard 120 in the for Belgium rather 'exotic' Convertible Coupé variant was initially sold new in Belgium by Packard importer Pilette in Brussels to Mr. Robert Leusch from Eupen. When the 1-st owner died in 1961 this Packard was stored in a barn from where this car didn't emerge until 1986. The 2-nd owner Mr. Tiquet was an engineer and executed between 1986 and 1989 a full, from the naked chassis onwards, restoration on his Packard. This comprehensive restoration is very well documented with written reports and several photographs. When finished Mr. Tiquet joined the Belgian Royal Veteran Car Club. That is where he met the 3-rd owner Mr. Georges Battard who bought this Packard in 2003. From 1937 until today this Packard has covered only 112.000 Km in total. In 1955 at 80.000 Km the engine was completely overhauled and once again in 1986 checked all over by the same engine shop. Because of old age of the previous, I am now looking for a next owner, who wishes to have this beautiful original and very elegant Packard Convertible Coupé into his garage. The car is a beauty and a dream to drive! Could this be you?
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