Project In Waiting: 1936 Packard 120

And now for something from the “What in the Sam Hill happened here”? department. An old Packard is always an exciting find, and if you think about it, they’re all old, but I mean one that I would consider… more»

Sweet Survivor: 1939 Packard Six Business Coupe

Packard was always known for building quality, high-end cars. However, the U.S. economy was still in trouble in the 1930s as the country was working to emerge from the Great Depression. To stay afloat, Packard needed to build a… more»

Solid Project: 1939 Packard 120 Sedan

Into the 1930s, Packard remained America’s most successful luxury car brand. However, unlike Cadillac and Lincoln which had parent companies that were capable of absorbing any potential financial losses, Packard was fully independent. This led the company to introduce… more»