This 1936 Packard Model 120 Club sedan was found in a barn located in Vermont and it was need of serious repair. The Midwest Street Rods in Bolingbrook show was given four years to convert this Packard into a modern interpretation of the vehicle. It was to retain its look and personality of its era but outfitted with modern mechanical amenities.
This is a classic vehicle with modern amenities. At the 2006 RM Auction the vehicle found a new owner. The new owner got a bargain, as the recreation of this vehicle is estimated to cost $250,000.
Engine: 454 cu. in. Chevy
Transmission: 700 R4 Automatic
Exterior: Spies Hacker Base / Multiple Clear Coats
Interior: Wool Broadcloth with Dynamat Insulation
Features: Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes,
Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Tilt Wheel,
Power Seats, Power Door Locks, 12V Conversion,
Kenwood Am/FM/CD Stereo
Builder: Midwest Street Rods, Bolingbrook, IL