Sport Model
Coachwork: Pullman
The Packard Sport Model phaeton, available from 1922-1926 on both a six- and eight-cylinder chassis, is generally acknowledged in Packard circles to be one of the most exuberant examples of cataloged American open coachwork of the period. The four-seat phaeton featured a unique body provided to Packard by Pullman of Chicago, which is better known for building railroad passenger cars. It was easily identifiable as all four doors are hinged at the front; the standard Packard five-passenger touring body hinged the rear doors at the back. The Sport was also distinguished by a unique radiator and hood that sat two inches lower, joining a close-coupled tonneau that was also not only two inches lower but five inches narrower as well, even the steering wheel was set at a more rakish angle on this unique model.

Factory price of the six-cylinder Sport Model was $2,650. It highlighted Packard's appreciation of a select market segment wanting daring, rakish style, and more than likely led to the much more recognizable - though equally as rare - Speedster series of 1930. Only a few are known to survive. This is an early example, featuring the 268 cubic-inch, 52 horsepower Single-Six engine. It was originally purchased by a Pennsylvania judge with a its current owner being its fourth caretaker.

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Recent Sales

1923 AC Royal 12hp Tourer
Chassis#:Chassis#:21066
Sold for $13,440
  2014 H & H Auctions - Imperial War Museum
 
1923 Packard Single Six Touring
Chassis#:Chassis#:U22888A
Sold for $13,455
  2009 Bonhams - Bicentennial Pavilion at Hotel Murano
 

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1923 Packard Single Six's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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