From 1935 to 1941, the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit produced the popular, mid-priced 120 car models with eight cylinder engines. Prior to the Great Depression of the 1930s, Packard maintained a reputation for selling only the finest American luxury cars. However, sales could not continue at their usual pace if buyers could no longer afford luxury, and the 120, Six, and 110 cars were born. Some critics believe these lower-priced models hurt Packard, but others argue that they helped the company survive at a time when many others failed. Find your classic Packard 120 by searching our classifieds at FossilCars.