1951 Packard 200 4 Door Sedan

Stock #B1528
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Benicia
Showroom
47,593
Mileage
Sedan
Body Style
3 Speed w/OD
Transmission
cylinders 8 Cylinder 288 ci
Engine
··· 220265
VIN
Not Specified
Exterior
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Interior
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This Packard 200 Sedan was professionally restored to Original Specificationsin Arizonaless then 10 years agoand, since then,has been conscientiously maintained (records and receipts on file) andhas always beengaraged. It is Showroom Condition.

The 1951 Packard 200 was introduced on August 24, 1950, taking the place of the low-line Packard Standard models which were eliminated for the 1951 model year. The 200 debuted as part of the fully redesigned Packard line, attributed to John Reinhart. Replacing the bulbous 1948-1950 Packards in the 22nd and 23rd Packard Series, Reinhart's "High Pockets" design was more formal than its predecessor, and would serve Packard until the end of the 1956 model year when true Packard production ceased.

Packard 200 standard models were available as a four-door sedan, two-door coupe and three-passenger business coupe (lacking a rear seat).All Packard 200 models came with twin horns, two sun visors, front and rear bumper guards, spare tire and jack set. Deluxe trim level included the spartan appointments found on the standard models, and added chrome wheel rings, and turn indications as standard. White-wall tires and full-wheel covers were also extra.

Items which have since become standard to the auto industry since the late 1960s such as heater, radio, tinted glass, carpeting, etc., were all optional on the Packard, as well as other premium cars during that era. Packard also became the first car-maker to offer power-brakes in 1951. Easamatic as they were trademarked, were a product of Bendix and an exclusive to Packard.

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Benicia
Showroom
5200 Gateway Plaza Drive
Benicia, CA 94510
707-748-4000
Benicia
Showroom
5200 Gateway Plaza Drive
Benicia, CA 94510
707-748-4000