Packard 110s For Sale

During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the legendary Packard Motor Car Company decided it needed mid- and low-priced cars to survive. The six-cylinder Six models were the first in the low-range lineup, to be followed by the Packard 110 of 1940 and 1941. Critics believe the 110 and the Six models caused Packard to suffer a loss of reputation of being a premiere luxury car maker, but they actually helped the automaker survive tough times. Offered in two-doors, sedans, wagons, and convertibles, the 110 models were popular in their day. You can track down one of these classic Packards by searching at FossilCars.

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