Wow. This is a rare car. There were only 25 built and I only see 2 listed in the PAC Membership Directory. The NADA value for this car is listed at $9,400 for low retail, $20,500 for average retail and $48,300 for high retail. Their definition of low retail:
"This vehicle would be in mechanically functional condition, needing only minor reconditioning. The exterior paint, trim, and interior would show normal wear, needing only minor reconditioning. May also be a deteriorated restoration or a very poor amateur restoration."
In the best of times these estimates are merely guidelines and these aren't the best of times (financially).
I think you may have to spend more than $9,400 to bring it up to the low retail definition. From the three pictures provided, I am assuming that you need a complete new interior (if done right with the right materials, this is wildly expensive), extensive metal work or replacement body parts, re-chroming (really, really expensive for that massive grill). What I don't know is what the other side of the car looks like, whether the engine turns or not, whether the floors are solid or gone, the condition of the metal top under that covering, the transmission status, or if the car has electric-hydraulic windows (another very expensive item to restore if required). The condition of the interior plastic items, glass, dashboard instruments, etc. will also have a significant impact on the bottom line. New tires will be required and a complete brake job is a must before you move the car on public streets.
I seriously doubt you would ever get your investment back even starting out with an enviable purchase price of $0.00. I've put more into my '50 Custom than I will ever get back but that's not why I have Packards. I have them to drive and enjoy.
On the other hand, If you are equipped to do most of the work yourself and are inclined to do so I'd take a shot. If you need to have all the work done, then you are going to need some seriously deep pockets.
Maybe someone with more major restoration experience than I have will be able to paint a brighter picture for you. I hope so.