1941 Packard Henney Ambulance- SOLD

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1941 Packard Henney Ambulance- SOLD

19,750.00

This rare Packard Henney Ambulance has it all, rarity, usability and an amazing history. 

"Sherman" was based in the 1940's at Muroc Army Air Force base in the Mojave desert, California. Muroc was the epicentre of test flying and high speed research. It's where Chuck Yeager broke the speed of sound in 1947 in the Bell X1. 

Engine and running gear.

350 Cu in Chevrolet with a new 700 R4 automatic box, new driveshaft, new Ford 9" rear end, new power steering and disc brakes, new front and rear suspension. All the glass and rubbers are new. 

The previous owner is a renowned expert at restoring dashboards. Every piece was individually made from epoxy to replicate the original. It took over 400 hours to complete. 

I have driven the Packard and can vouch that it drives, stops and handles brilliantly, even more incredible when you realise it's 21 feet long! From the outside you have no idea that this beast can do 70 mph safely. This car is a true one off, a very usable classic, immensely practical, especially if you have a lot of friends. 

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