Evaluation: Good older paint, chrome and original upholstery. Represented as 6114 miles and nothing about the car contradicts that claim. It has been impressively maintained and cared for throughout its life, a true survivor.
Bottom Line: This Packard 400 has an extended auction history of superior results reflecting its preservation more than anything else. It was sold at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in 2010 for $41,800, then at Auburn Fall in 2016 for $46,000. It is impressive that it brought this much here, but it’s only a further step in its history of preservation and value but somewhat surprising that its quality and preservation were noted and valued here at Kissimmee.