Description: When the glamorous Packard Clipper Panama was introduce, it was described in period as having a (new kind of sports-car type styling) and an inline eight-cylinder engine with 165hp. The 1954 Packard is well presented in red with a black roof and red and black tu-tone interior. The car was cosmetically freshened about 10 years ago and was recently part of a private museum. It was regularly exercised and is in excellent driving condition. This Clipper is equipped with an automatic transmission, AM radio and heater. It has dual side view mirrors, factory wheel covers and wide whitewall tires. This Clipper Panama is a great opportunity to own one of the more-sportier and user friendly post war Packards of the 1950s.