1926 Packard 243 Custom Roadster by Rollston of New York

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  • Description

This is a fantastic custom roadster that was built special for the New York auto salon in 1926 by Rollston of New York. Built on the 143 inch wheelbase it is amazingly beautiful with a long low look (Packard factory roadsters were not offered on this long wheelbase, only on their shorter 136 inch wheelbase). Most of the trim and hardware is German Silver, it has buffalo wire wheels, dual rear mounted spare wheels, Carl Zeiss lamps etc.. It was listed in the CCCA registry back into the early 1970's and we purchased it from a long time collector in Alabama. Upon our acquisition we gave it a complete restoration. It is fantastic. A car never shown before and that has not been seen anywhere for the past 50 years.