Collector turns Packard dealership into an auto museum

Richard A. Wright

This 1921 Packard Single Six Touring represented the firm's "downsizing" effort after World War I. In 1920 it introduced a line of six-cylinder cars to complement its line of Twin-Six 12-cylinder cars, introduced in 1915. The Single Six was not a sales success -- "those who could afford it weren't impressed, those who were impressed couldn't afford it."

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