The 1954 Packard Pacific is one of the most beautiful and elegant cars of the early 1950s. It is also the last (and most powerful) of the legendary Packard straight eight engines. This model ONLY came as a 2 door hardtop and is quite rare. This car is beautifully styled and very well engineered for its time. Everywhere you look there is something nice to look at...Beautiful colors, trim, lines, hood ornament - it's quite a work a art! Perhaps the best styled car of that era. It can also handle today's modern roads and speeds, thanks to the power of the 359ci engine and the Ultra-Matic Transmission, which was the most modern automatic transmission of its day. This particular car was a very nice, rust free, low mileage original that was restored in 2012. The car is not "concourse" as it was restored to be a car to DRIVE to car shows. It comes with a large box of documentation with includes many receipts, photos, literature, a shop manual, the original owner's manual, and some past registrations from the car's early days. This would be a very nice car for all your cruise night events, car shows, or just own/drive for fun! This car will be a treasure for your family to own for years to come and a great investment too. The car looks beautiful inside and out - almost like a brand new one, really. The exterior paint is shiny and beautiful with no major flaws (there is a small ding on the roof, but not very noticeable). Just about all of the chrome and stainless was restored, the rest is excellent original for its age. The interior is very nice and was restored with correct type upholstery. The car has a beautiful original steering wheel and dash. Engine bay and trunk are both fully detailed. The doors, hood, trunk all open and close nicely and all of the body panels line up very well. Underneath the car looks good and solid as you would expect. Overall, the car presents itself well and is nice enough to win a trophy at most of the car shows you attend.