Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible. In the 1950s the domestic automarket competition was tough and Packard's lineup was getting a bit long in the tooth. For 1955 Packard debuted the Caribbean with innovations like an all new V8 engine and a torsion bar suspension. With approximately 500 units produced for 1955 the Caribbean Convertible is one rare wonder. This example is finished in an eye catching color combo of pink and white. As you walk around the vehicle you'll notice nice details like the bullet nosed front end, hood scoops and dual rear ariel antennas. Take a seat inside and you're greeted by plenty of pizazz with the cushy bench seats upholstered in the same pink and white combo of the exterior and the gauges in the dash are set in a snazzy aluminum bezel. Under the hood is a 352 cubic inch V8 with two 4 barrel carbs and is paired with a 2 speed automatic transmission. If you're looking for a rare and collectible 50s American exotic this is the one you want to own! Options include leather interior, power steering, seat belts and wire wheels wrapped in white wall radial tires.