SOLD! Thanks to all those who inquired. This rare 1932 Packard 902 Rumble Seat Coupe was just removed from nearly 30 years of dry storage. It is a neat original car that is very complete and very solid. The body is extremely sound and straight. With the exception of the flat tin platform which holds the rumble seat cushion, all of the body panels are in good original condition. The interior wood structure is solid and both doors open and close as they should and do not sag. The car retains lots of its original black paint. The chassis is complete and shows hardly any signs of wear or abuse. The steering and suspension components are nice and tight which indicate that this was a low mileage car prior to being put into storage. The engine (#345850) was partially disassembled many years ago and remains that way today. The cylinder head is loose and the bottom pan has been removed. The engine is fitted with a later downdraft carburetor and manifold. The lower end of the engine looks nice and clean. The removed parts are present and the engine is mostly complete with the exception of the distributor. The interior of the car is complete with its original seat cushions, window mechanisms, garnish moldings, dash board, instruments and gauges, Bijur system, rumble seat release, etc. The original upholstery on the seats, door panels and rumble seat cushions will make great patterns. The radiator shell, shutters, head lamps and bumpers are in good original condition. The mileage shown is around 33,000 which may be original. The car is basically complete but missing a few small items such as hubcaps, horns, one spare wheel, horn button, tail lights, and fender lights. The car retains its original data plate showing the car number as 508 171. The firewall number is I6I765. Included with the sale of the car is a complete 1931 engine (#327775) which is mounted on a rolling stand and was running many years ago. It is believe that this engine may have been rebuilt at some point. Also included is a set of four fenders (the front fenders have side mount wells) and a complete extra hood assembly as well as some other small parts. The parts are being sold with the car and are not available separately. This is a great opportunity to purchase an original and unmolested Packard. While it would make a great and very worthwhile restoration project, it might also be fun to restore it mechanically and drive it as is. It is believed that less than ten, 902 three-window, rumble seat coupes exist today and this may likely be the only unrestored example remaining. The car is located near Detroit, Michigan and is being sold with a clear and current title. The price for the car and all of the spare parts is 26,000.00 or near offers for the complete package. Please call 734-730-4274 or email directly at: email@example.com to schedule a viewing or for more information. I have nearly 100 detailed photos of the car and parts that I can gladly send to serious parties. We are not interested in any trades. Thank you.