You are viewing a fine example of a 1936 Packard 120-B touring sedan, the 2nd series of what was known as the Junior line while less expensive than the senior cars the 120 was a more up to date in with a modern engine and suspension and high quality materials
This particular car has had a frame off restoration, and while it is an older restoration it still shows very well. the paint and interior are in excellent condition. The front bumper chrome has a nickel size spot where the chrome is off, otherwise the chrome is also very good. the car has won a first in class at a national Packard meet, and has placed as high as 100 points in other meets. And while it would not place that high today with a little detailing it would likely still be at the mid 90's The restoration was completed with careful attention to authenticity down to pinstripes on the wheels and wiper blades
Accessories include working spotlight, working radio with rare headliner mounted speaker, fog lights, luggage rack
I have owned this car for 25 years and it has always been kept in a climate controlled environment, which no doubt accounts for it's current condition.