The Packard One-Twenty was given its name due to the size of its wheelbase (120-inches). It was powered by an eight-cylinder engine capable of producing 110 horsepower. This, along with the 110 series became known as the 'Junior' model line, and during the Great Depression years, they became the companies 'bread-and-butter.'
The Packard 120 models were offered in a wide range of bodystyles, an independent suspension, and hydraulic brakes.
This 1940 Packard 120 Convertible Coupe has less than 36,000 original miles. It has been given a recent professional restoration and there is a new tan convertible top.
In 2008 it was offered for sale at the Hilton Head Sports & Classic Car Auction presented by Worldwide Auctioneers. It was estimated to sell for $80,000 - $100,000. Bidding failed to satisfy the reserve and the lot was left unsold.Also photographed at :