A Packard is almost always satisfying, not only because the Detroit firm made sure that its designs were fully developed but also because Packard employed nothing but the finest materials, components and skilled craftsmen to machine, assemble, fabricate and finish its automobiles. Their 120, named for its 120-inch wheelbase, was an extremely important car in Packard’s history as it was a big seller that allowed the company to stay afloat during the worst years of the Great Depression. 1941 marked substantial styling changes, most notably faired-in headlights and a new grille treatment, but these cars have a prewar elegance about them that is impossible to ignore. Running boards were eliminated as standard features in 1941, but this 120 Convertible Sedan has them and is nicely equipped throughout the rest of the car as well. Finished in light brown with a tan leather interior and equipped with a three-speed gearbox , it also features a tan cloth top with tan vinyl top boot, dual enclosed sidemounts with mirrors, whitewall tires over trim rings and hub caps, front and rear bumper bars, Packard driving lights, dual spotlights, and hood ornament. An honest older restoration, this is a very nicely presented open classic Packard that would be a perfect candidate for tours, parades, and just general enjoyment.