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1937 PACKARD 120 Convertible Coupe

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1937 Packard 120 Convertible Coupe ID# 10992651 In its introduction year, the Packard One-Twenty was available in a broad array of body styles including two and four-door sedans, convertible coupe and Club Coupe. The One-Twenty, weighing in at 3,688 lbs. was powered by Packard's aluminum-head L-head inline eight producing 110 bhp at 3850 rpm. Prices ranged from $980 for the three-passenger business coupe to $1,095 for the Touring Sedan. Introduced in January 1935, the car was an immediate success with consumers, with Packard producing 24,995 One-Twentys, compared to 7,000 of all other type Packards for the year. In 1937, the One-Twenty went up-market as the company introduced the Packard Six, the first six-cylinder Packard in ten years. For 1937, the One-Twenty broadened its model range and was now available in "C" and "CD" trim levels. The line also added a wood-bodied station wagon, Touring Sedan and limousine built on a 138 in wheelbase and priced under $2,000. Introduced in September 1936, 50,100 units were produced during series production.

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