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Certainly, no car is universally admired. There will always be somebody out there who will turn his nose up at any car you offer him. That said, there aren’t that many collector-car enthusiasts out there who would turn their nose up at a Packard Caribbean, and this particular 1953 Packard Caribbean looks like a beaut. From the seller’s description:
Original 327ci straight-eight engine has been restored by Ross Miller, Packard Technician in Parkton, Maryland, as has the manual three-speed transmission. The interior has been totally renewed in luxurious burgundy pleated leather and heavy burgundy carpet. Front and rear bumpers plus grille have been rechromed. New Packard wire wheels and Michelin wide-white tires have been installed. The car has a power top, power windows, power steering and brakes, with a very attractive burgundy top with cream color body paint.
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