Series production for the 1941 Packard's peaked at 17,100, with 358 of those being wooden station wagons. There is no further breakdown on the 110- and 120-based cars.
The 1941 Packard 120 Woodie Wagon was built by Hercules. They had a reputation for building dramatic bodies framed in light colored white ash with panels in dark mahogany.
This example was found in poor condition. A full restoration brought the car back to its original grandeur. The work took four years to complete and used both new old stock and restored original parts from other Packards.
The car is finished in light green/mint green. Power is from an L-head straight eight, five main bearing engine capable of producing 120 horsepower. There is a three-speed Selective Synchromesh transmission with overdrive and hydraulic brakes on all four wheels.
In 2010, this car was offered for sale at RM Auctions 'Automobiles of Amelia Island' event, where it was estimated to sell for $100,000 - $150,000 and offered without reserve. As bidding came to a close, the car had been sold for the sum of $159,500, inclusive of buyer's premium.Also photographed at :