1921 was the first year for the Packard Single Six. Its 52 hp 242 cubic inch side valve six-cylinder engine provided ample performance, particularly in view of the Six's relatively light weight. Built on a relatively short 114" wheelbase, it was surprisingly nimble. This Runabout roadster is indicative of the Six's appeal, a big, authoritative machine with wood spoke wheels, an erect radiator, slightly raked windshield, tall cowl, wooden dashboard and a rear-mounted spare tire. A true two-seater, the body has a trunk compartment and no rumble seat. It is a big car that stands tall. This example is an honest, solid, straight old restoration put together by or for someone who likes to drive. It has been carefully and consistently looked after since then and is a blast to drive. Everything on it is black except the headlight rums and there is a pedestal mounted spotlight on the driver's side. This car has presence and is ready to go, a highly unusual example of a rare model produced by Packard for only two years.
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