1952 Packard 200 Club Sedan, 288, Auto, LOTS OF PAPERWORK
- Location: Fenton, Missouri, United States
- Make: Packard
- Model: 200 club Sedan
- SubModel: Club Sedan
- Type: Sedan
- Trim: 200 Club Sedan
- Year: 1952
- Mileage: 1,761
- VIN: 25953686
- Color: Yosemite Blue metallic
- Engine size: 288
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Gray
- Drive side: Right-hand drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear
1952 Packard 200 club Sedan 200 Club Sedan overview
1952 Packard 200 Club Sedan
- Yosemite Blue Metallic exterior (code H) with a gray interior featuring dark and light gray striped broadcloth upholstery and door panels (code 44)
- 288 CID L-head straight engine with a two-barrel carburetor
- Ultramatic two-speed automatic transmission
- Documentation includes a folder full of maintenance and repair receipts plus other miscellaneous documents related to the car going back at least 20 years
MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to offer yet another vehicle from one of America’s last independent car makers – a 1952 Packard 200 Club Sedan finished in a very handsome Yosemite Blue Metallic paint that is very striking in the sun!
The 1952 Packard models (also known as the 25th series) were changed little from the 1951 models. The block letters were removed from the hood, the parking lenses became fluted radially and this theme was repeated in the deluxe wheel covers, which are unique to this year. The optional hood ornament's wings were laid down along the hood centerline. While it was the entry-level Packard line, the 200 came with twin horns, two sun visors front and rear bumper guards spare tire and jack set.
This example is finished in Yosemite Blue Metallic (code H) that is in excellent condition overall. We spotted only a lone blemish on the passenger side door trim. The glass panels are clear and crack-free, as are the car’s lights. The car rolls on wide BFGoodrich Silvertown whitewall tires, size 7.60-15, with factory wheel covers within that are in very good order. Currently the wipers and horn are inoperable. All of this car’s body panels are solid and straight and combined with the color, lend it a very stately appearance. The engine bay is tidy and the bumpers are in very good condition.
Inside, the car is dressed in gray with dark and light gray striped broadcloth upholstery and door panels (code 44). The bench seats are in good shape while the gray carpet is in decent order. The headliner looks good and gray metal instrument panel looks fantastic and combined with the striped broadcloth, give it a classy look inside. The two-spoke steering wheel is in good order, as are the door panels, mirror glass and shift lever. Rounding out the interior is a factory AM radio.
Items which have become standard on vehicles since the late 1960s like heaters, radios, tinted glass, carpeting, etc., were all optional on the Packard, as well as other premium cars during that era. Packard also became the first carmaker to offer power brakes in 1951. Called “Easamatic,” they were a Bendix product and exclusive to Packard.
Competition to this Packard in 1952 included DeSoto’s Custom Club Coupe and Mercury’s Monterey Custom Coupe with Merc-O-Matic.
Documentation includes a folder full of maintenance and repair receipts plus other miscellaneous documents related to the car going back at least 20 years.
This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 1,761 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title.GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
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