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58PackardWagon
04-08-2018, 05:57 PM
I wonder if the current 58 Packard Station Wagon on eBay was the same one sold outside of Cleveland last summer. Just curious as I can't see three white ones surviving. Currently I am aware of two white ones. One nicely restored and the one sold last summer. I had heard the one in Cleveland was loaded with rust in the rear third of the car and that they had a tough time getting it loaded on a trailer because of the weak frame and floors. Sorry but I am not able to figure out how to post the eBay link from my phone. Thanks for any and all information.

StudeRich
04-08-2018, 06:22 PM
It is definitely WHITE and is 58L6876, Body #47, P/S, P/B A/C and Automatic.
Here it is in La Porte IN for $9500.00:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1958-Packard-Packard/152972695876?hash=item239de21944:g:Y48AAOSw6Mxaxmwz&vxp=mtr

Also found this '58 4 Door Sedan in Iowa $1499.00 for Parts or $70.00 a month :D :

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-1958-58-PACKARD-PARTS-CAR-SELL-PARTS-V-8-engine-Grille-Bumpers-Fender/162173088308?hash=item25c244f234:g:YzsAAOSwMtxXtZWq&vxp=mtr

58PackardWagon
04-08-2018, 10:56 PM
Rich thanks for posting the link. Does anyone on our forum know anything about this Packard Station Wagon? Thanks

JRoberts
04-09-2018, 08:04 AM
If anyone begins a discussion of unique automobiles, this one would have to be right in there. It looks like a really cool wagon.

58L-J8 Guy
04-09-2018, 08:23 AM
I wonder if the current 58 Packard Station Wagon on eBay was the same one sold outside of Cleveland last summer. Just curious as I can't see three white ones surviving. Currently I am aware of two white ones. One nicely restored and the one sold last summer. I had heard the one in Cleveland was loaded with rust in the rear third of the car and that they had a tough time getting it loaded on a trailer because of the weak frame and floors. Sorry but I am not able to figure out how to post the eBay link from my phone. Thanks for any and all information.

Yes, I believe this is the wagon from the Ron Hackenberger Auction last year

Buzzard
04-09-2018, 11:54 AM
Rich,
Thanks for posting what Joe describes as "unique". Seeing as I own a 1957 Wagon which I am restoring, I had no idea the (see the second pic which is of the driver's side) front fender and subsequent overhang and headlamp superstructure was so long. Sorry, just never seen one before but now am thankful that I am restoring a '57. JMHO
Bill

cultural infidel
04-09-2018, 03:12 PM
For some reason, I have always liked these catfish '58s. Probably will always be on the too rich for my wallet list, but maybe someday...