This 1928 Packard Single Six 5th Series 4 door sedan "Montana Pickup" is a very solid front body, cab power train and chassis ready to be restored or customized. "Montana Pickups" were built by many Rocky Mountain region ranchers and farmers during WWII because of the shortage of trucks. They served a double purpose because trucks did not have to have ration coupons to get fuels as did cars. Very few "Montana Pickup" trucks were made from Packard sedans. The body has solid, dry Montana sheet metal. The fenders are some repairable dents. The grill and radiator are missing. The headlight bucket lenses are broken. The running boards are bent. The cowl is in good shape. Only the right windshield post remains and the top is gone. The left door is missing. The right door is in the box and it is in good shape. The door handle is missing. The cab back, made from the back of the sedan body, is all there and in good shape. The homemade wooden flareside box is deteriorated but most of the wood and brackets are there. The seat springs are there but they may not be original. The dash is stripped of the gauges and controls. The six cylinder L-head 84 HP motor is missing the carburetor. The 3 speed manual transmission and the rest of the power train are all there. The chassis and suspension are complete and in good shape. The wheels are missing. There is no title but we can get a Maine title for an additional $400. Don't miss this chance to restore or customize a 1928 Packard "Montana Pickup" and likely have the only one. Please call (406) 318-0270 for details about this restorable classic project truck.
For sale $1,600.