A Packard 115C Convertible Coupe is to be sold by the international car auctioneers COYS just two miles from where it was first built in 1937.
A rare right-hand-drive Packard 115C Convertible Coupe could be yours for an estimated £22,000- £27,000.
This extremely desirable classic was discovered in a garage by the vendor’s father in 1979 and will go under the hammer at Syon Park this Saturday, 13th October.
First built in 1937, the Packard was given a seven year restoration, and has been spotted at several events, including Biggin Hill International Air Fair and the Bromley Pageant of Motoring.
Other Classics Present
The auction will feature a whole range of other standout classics, which will even include a 1959 Leyland AEC Routemaster Double Deck Bus by Park Royal.
Well presented and in great condition, the tourists favourite has an excellent original interior, and a clean chassis and the batteries are relatively new. Estimate £50,000- £60,000.
Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina
A 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina which is also up for auction was designed to recall the glories of successful road racers of the past, such as the 166 MM, and thoroughbred front-engined 12-cylinder Ferrari roadsters of the calibre of the 250 GT California and 365 GTS/4 Daytona.
The car is finished in Blu Tour de France with a Crema leather interior and has a fabulous low mileage example; it has covered a mere 558 miles from new, and is presented in simply fabulous condition. Estimate £290,000- £330,000.
Other notable vehicles on offer:
- Lot 138 – 2005 Mercedes SLR McLaren £180,000- £200,000
- Lot 110 – 1997 Range Rover ‘Mobile Office’ Concept £25,000- £35,000
- Lot 140 – 1968 MGB by Frontline Developments £25,000- £35,000
Place: Syon Park
Date: 13th October, 2018