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1939 Packard 1700 Six Club Coupe Vehicle Profile

1939 Packard 1700 Six photograph

1939 Packard 1700 Six photograph

1939 Packard 1700 Six photograph

1939 Packard 1700 Six photograph

1939 Packard 1700 Six photograph

1939 Packard 1700 Six photograph

1939 Packard 1700 Six photograph

1939 Packard 1700 Six photograph

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Packard was the leading luxury marque at the start of the Classic era. It was one of the oldest car companies in America, dating back to the first Packard rolling out of the factory in 1899. The company had begun life as the Ohio Automobile Company based on Warren, Ohio. It became the Packard Motor Car Company in 1902 and moved to Detroit, the heart of the burgeoning auto industry, in 1903.

As an exclusive producer of expensive, luxury cars, Packard was struggling through the Great Depression. In an effort to expand production volume in 1935, the company introduced a new line of mid-price cars called the One Twenty. Priced at around $1,000, the car drove Packard to eight place in U.S. sales by 1938. The car was very well built and featured Packard's first application of independent front suspension and hydraulic brakes, and it carried the prestige of the Packard name. In 1937, Packard added a six-cylinder engine that by 1939 displaced 245 CID and produced 245 horsepower and rode on a 110 inch wheelbase chassis called the 110.

This Club Coupe bears the highest serial number of any 1939 Packard Six known today and is possibly the last of all 1700 series production. It was stored in Chicago for over forty years following the death of the first owner in the early 1940s. The current, and third, owner acquired the car in 2000 after it had been restored in the 1990s.


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1939 Packard 1700 Six Auction Sales

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1939 sales)
1939 PACKARD 1700
Chassis#: B26976A
Sold for USD$14,300
  2020 Barrett-Jackson : Scottsdale, AZ
 
1939 Packard Six 'Four-Door' Touring Saloon
Chassis#: 1282/12370
Sold for USD$29,035
  2019 Historics at Brooklands - Ascot Racecourse
 
1939 Packard Six Club Coupe
Sold for USD$20,350
  2018 Mecum : Indianapolis
 
1939 Packard Series 1700 Six Convertible Coupe
Chassis#: 12893012
Sold for USD$30,800
  2016 The Finest : The Elegance at Hershey
1939 Packard 1700 Six image  1939 Packard 1700 Six image  

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1939 Packard 1700 Six's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1939 Packard Six Sedan128432522019 H & H Classics Imperial War Museum, Duxford $16,000$20,000
1939 Packard Six 115-Touring C 2016 Collector Car Toronto Fall Classic$17,000  
1939 Packard Six 115-Touring C Sedan 2016 Collector Car Productions Toronto Spring Classic Car$27,000  
1939 Packard Series 1700 4-Door Touring SedanI-282-24252012 Bonhams Greenwich Concours d'Elegance: Collectors' Motorcars and Automobilia $30,000$35,000
1939 PACKARD 1700 TWO DOOR CONVERTIBLE 2002 Kruse Auction Sunrise, FL (Mills Mall)$38,500  
1939 PACKARD 1700 TWO DOOR CONVERTIBLE 2002 Kruse Auction Sunrise, FL (Mills Mall)$27,500  

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Vehicle Profiles

Chassis information for the Packard 115-C Six
1937 Station Wagon
Coachbuilder: Baker-Raulang
Engine Num: 13395

Chassis information for the Packard 115-C Six
1937 Cabriolet
Chassis Num: 115C-1088
Engine Num: T40249
Chassis information for the Packard 115-C Six
1937 Sedan
Chassis Num: T64725

1939 Packard 1700 Six

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