A 1941 Packard 120 came by the shop this weekend
This Packard has been in storage for approximately 30 years if not more. It is unrestored but repainted at some point in time and I believe that the mileage is relative low for this car, since the interior is in very good condition.
On one of the doors there is a sticker that says that the last service was made in 1966, but the wiring harness have been changed somewhere between the 80's and 2000, so therfore I suspect there has been a some aditional service at the same time.
Otherwise, the car is in extremely good shape and with no rust of any significance.
The plan is to get it up and running with all new fluids and a general checkup of all vital parts and systems. This car have the optional Electric/vacuum clutch system, so there is extra attention to those parts of the car, since it is known to have quite some issues. On the other hand, it might not be worn completely down due to the low mileage of the car.
The car will return to some nice and dry storage because I have the Opel Diplomat to do first and hopefully after that, a new and bigger home for me and all my projects.