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1955 Packard Clipper on 2040-parts.com

US $999.00
Location:

Denver, Colorado, US

Denver, Colorado, US
:

This is a Packard clipper, No title bill of sale only. Have several other cars coming up. It might run or not I don't know. As is you pick it up or I will assist loading it with your shipper.

The payment must be in cash or if you will be sending a check then we wait before sending the shipper until the money clears the bank. Either way I will work with you. Questions

(303) 523-5486

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