The Packard Super Eight 160 model had a larger 165 horsepower, 356 cubic inch engine and other than a few 1942 model year vehicles produced before civilian production ended in February 1942 and Packard and the rest of the American auto industry turned to war production, was the last year of Packard production until after the cessation of hostilities in 1946. It also represents one of the last of the Senior Packards which were replaced after the war with the Clipper line. This 1941 Packard Super Eight 160 Convertible Sedan is a rare body style and has been completely and meticulously restored from top to bottom. It is finished in tan and bronze with brown leather upholstery and a tan cloth top and top boot, both with brown piping. Equipment includes steel wheels with radial wide whitewall tires, hubcaps and trim rings, Trippe driving lights, front and rear bumper over riders, dual enclosed side-mounts with mirrors, clock, radio, heater and cormorant radiator mascot. The restoration is extremely thorough, with excellent paint, chrome, upholstery, soft trim, top, and rich interior wood trim. The dashboard and control knobs are like new, indicative of the attention to detail and thoroughness of the restoration. It is a CCCA Full Classic (tm) and thus eligible for the many events, shows and tours of CCCA and Packard clubs where it will be a valued and appreciated participant.