By on December 1, 2017

Image: 2006 Lincoln Town Car Packard Custom EditionBrowsing on The Facebook recently presented me with an astonishing feat of custom bodywork, one I felt compelled to share in a very special Custom Edition Picture Time Edition of Custom.

It’s a one-off modification of a 2006 Lincoln Town Car, and you need to see it.

Image: 2006 Lincoln Town Car Packard Custom EditionThe original owner of this masterpiece was apparently a former attorney general (who undoubtedly had a home full of priceless crystal and gold leaf antiques).

Image: 2006 Lincoln Town Car Packard Custom Edition

That owner obviously hankered for days gone by, where one could purchase a grand Packard in the finest tradition of luxury and craftsmanship.

Image: 2006 Lincoln Town Car Packard Custom EditionSo, he decided he would modify a Town Car, purchased from his local Lincoln-Mercury showroom, and create the thing we see here. Modifications both front and rear have… occurred. It’s important to keep in mind the amount of money spent on this custom fabrication.

Image: 2006 Lincoln Town Car Packard Custom EditionAccording to the listing on Detroit’s Craigslist, it’s a one-off  “Signature L Special Edition Packard Series,” and only two of the words in that designation are real things: the Signature and the L (for long-wheelbase).

Image: 2006 Lincoln Town Car Packard Custom EditionInterior modifications are fewer, and include a Packard placard on the dash and a horrible embroidered Girl Scout badge Packard logo on the wheel.

Image: 2006 Lincoln Town Car Packard Custom EditionThe seller is asking $8,000 firm, which is not the adjective I’d use to describe his logic.

I can’t.

Edit: H/t to commenter Dal20402, who dug up some information on the former attorney general owner in question. 

[Images via seller]

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