Elegant, classy, balanced, and luxurious. All those words describe Packard's 1939 offering. Just coming out of the depths of the Depression, with aerodynamics a new concept for engineers and designers, the exigencies of war production beginning to be felt in support of allies but soon to involve Americans, Packard's 1939 offering was bold, confident, sophisticated and opulent, concepts nowhere better exemplified than in this 1939 One Twenty Eight Convertible Coupe. Finished in Black with Cream coachline accent, Tan leather interior and matching Tan cloth top and top boot, this Packard has triple bar grille guards, fog lights, dual enclosed side-mount spares, a Unity spotlight, dual outside mirrors, radio, heater, clock in the glove box door and folding rear seats that accommodate occasional passengers or the ample baggage of a couple heading for a resort weekend. Under hood the presentation is sharp and detailed, as is the trunk. Properly restored some years ago, it is a great tour car which its next owner will show with pride and confidence. Three years later automobile production would end "for the duration" of World War II. The smart executive, aviator or professional who bought this Packard could wait with confidence that he or she was driving the very best.