Packard packed the new 115 Six with value, not least the power of its 100hp 237 cubic inch inline six that gave lightweight cars like this Convertible Coupe true 100 mph performance, a stunning achievement in 1937 for a car selling for under $1,000. It has been comprehensively restored and finished in an attractive Blue-Green paint with Red pinstripe complementing the Red leather upholstery and Tan cloth top. In addition to the standard rumble seat it has wind wings, "donut chaser" radiator mascot, banjo spoke steering wheel, clock, heater, fog lamps and wide whitewall tires mounted on steel wheels with hubcaps and trim rings. It comes with restoration receipts and some original Packard sales literature from the period. A fresh professional detailing has rejuvenated its restoration. It is a handsome, good performing Packard that is ideal for a weekend drive and will be proudly displayed at the end of an enjoyable day on the road.