The Packard Caribbean Convertible was a thoroughbred of open-air motoring in the 1950s; designed to capture the spirit of driving adventure through engineering excellence and styling beauty. This car is one of only 500 Caribbean‘s produced in this model year. The Packard is powered by a 352-cid, 275-hp V-8 engine that has two four-barrel carburetors and is connected to the standard equipment Ultramatic Drive automatic transmission to deliver, according to advertising of the time, the “most stable, smoothest, softest ride ever offered.”
Fort Lauderdale | Lot 745
1955 Packard Caribbean
$75,000 - $85,000 USD | Not Sold
| Fort Lauderdale, Florida
16 March 2014
This lovely Packard is presented in very nice condition. The paint as well as the brightwork are in excellent condition and the tri-tone interior is also attractively displayed. Equipped with power top, power brakes, power steering and power windows; it is also fit with dual rear antennas, fender skirts, AM radio, dual mirrors, white top boot and chrome wire wheels shod in wide whitewall tires. This Caribbean is finished in White Jade over Rose Quartz and Onyx with a white soft-top and is sure to please the lucky new owner who will enjoy many fun filled days of open-air cruising.