Packard Motor Car Service, Inc. has been engaged in the restoration and servicing of antique and special interest automobiles since 1979. As the name implies, the vast majority of these classic cars have been senior Packards, especially from 1930 to 1939, however we have always catered to owners of other marques, from Austins to Zephyrs.
What began as a "basic transportation" vehicle in college, interest in Packards grew into a hobby, and grew into first a part time side vencutre, then by 1984, into a full time profession.
Over the years we have developed a vast network of parts, suppliers, and experts who have contributed to our success on many projects over many years. Additionally, our expertise saves time and research, our network saves time on parts location efforts, and with our volume, we frequently have more than one style of a particular car under restoration, which gives our customers a group rate benefit. All of these combine to keep the cost of an expensive restoration a little lower without compromising the quality of the goods or services. We pride ourselves on the quality which goes into each restoration.
Now occupying 26,000 sq. ft of specialized space, the shop in South Windsor, CT houses full, completely in-house, efficient facilities for all aspects of restoration from machine shop, coach and paint shop, and woodworking shop, to efficiently restore the earliest classics to the latest in special interest cars.