This 1940 Packard 110 4-door touring car underwent a complete, body-off restoration to the original Packard specifications in 2004. The bumpers, hood handles, wing window frames and many more details all have new chrome plating, and the vehicle has all-new interior in period-correct color and material. The engine has been rebuilt, and the wiring harness is new and includes new turn signal wiring. The exterior has been repainted with polyurethane enamel in the original Packard Miami Sand. This touring car also features a slew of additional features, such as the original road and fog light option, electric windshield wipers, a working clock and radio, like-new running boards, lighted fender guides, and a dual heater and defroster. According to the consignor, this well-maintained and well-optioned Packard is in excellent overall condition and is a must-see for any fan of pre-WWII collectible Packards.