Description: The 1956 Packard 400 is a rare piece of American history you donít see on the road often. This Packard is powered by a 374 cubic inch over head valve V8 engine producing a hefty 290 horsepower with a four barrel carburetor and an automatic Ultramatic transmission. Other features under the hood consist of a updated alternator instead of a generator, power steering, and a new Delco battery. The exterior is finished in its original Scottish Heather paint job which mostly resembles a light pink. This model was equipped with a unique self adjusting torsion leveling suspension system that gives the car a very smooth ride. Other exterior features are 15-inch Packard wire wheels that are stopped by front and rear drum brakes, cathedral style tail lights, power antenna, and an exhaust system that runs through the rear bumper. The interior features front and rear two-tone burgundy and white bench seats with a folding arm rest in the rear bench seat and a white headliner and a color matched Scottish Heather painted dash. Other interior features are power windows, push button radio, power seats, padded dash, and a parking brake warning light. Take this low production Packard to any gathering or cruise the coast in The Four Hundred coupe!