Responsible for the survival of Packard as an automotive marque immediately following the great depression, the Packard 110 was a revival of the earlier Packard 6. After a decade of remaining at the top of the American luxury market and relying on larger V8 and V12 engines, Packard reintroduced the inline 6 in order to create a more economical model for the American market. The result was a Packard that retained the brand's luxury and status at a price the upper-middle class could afford. Over 75 years later, the Packard 110 remains as stylish and eye-catching as the day it rolled out of the factory. Finished in a subtle yellow paint over a maroon interior, this car shows very well. The robust inline 6 is mated to a 3-speed manual transmission and retains the smooth driving characteristics one would expect from an American luxury car. This example comes from long-term ownership and has been exceptionally maintained. Recent work includes new brakes at all four corners and full service to ensure this 110 is ready for the roads ahead.