This car was sold in Los Angeles by Earle Anthony and remained in the area until the 1960's when it was acquired by Phil Crummet (dealer) who sold it to a Mary and Louis Abrams in Maryland. Mary was in charge of AACA judging and Louis collected/restored and judged. The Abrams drove the car for several years then performed a restoration in 1973 so that it could be shown in the AACA; it won first Junior, first Senior, as well as 7 preservation awards between 1973-1980. They then toured the car until 1988. More current restoration work was done professionally be Les Anderson of Kanawha Iowa between 1992-1993. The car was shown in Waterloo, Iowa at an AACA Regional for the first time in 1993 and it was awarded its first Junior. Since then it has been shown at AACA Region shows in the south east and at several Grand Nationals. It has been awarded first Senior, first Grand National, first Senior Grand National (at least 395 out of 400 points), and the 1993 Joseph Parkin award for the best-restored Packard. It has been shown at numerous AACA regionals where it won first Preservation awards. In 2001, 2003, and 2004 the car was entered in the Glidden Tour and performed as new.