This 1929 Packard 645 Custom Roadster with coachwork by Rollston was built for the 1929 New York Auto Salon. From 1964, it was owned by Shelley Vincent, the well-known Massachusetts Packard Collector. Shelley was part of the family of Colonel Vincent the famous Packard engineer. He purchased the car from Tiny Gould in 1964 for the sum of $6,500.
The car wears an old restoration and is a past national CCCA and AACA national winner. The car was originally equipped with Ebony wood running boards with chrome strips and chrome wire wheels.