FROM THE MISSOULA AUTO MUSEUM COLLECTION: Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale WITHOUT RESERVE and SOLD to the highest bidder January 19th - 22nd, 2017 at Russo and Steele's 17th Annual Scottsdale Arizona Auction at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Please contact us for more information. Following the outstanding sales levels of 1940, Packard entered 1941 with the new Nineteenth Series including an increased number of its "junior" One-Ten Series six-cylinder models and a new Deluxe trim level on every One-Ten with the exception of the utilitarian business coupe. Welcome engineering updates included the new "Electromatic" semi-automatic clutch and "Aero-Drive" overdrive. Adding upscale panache, newly available two-tone paint schemes and the elimination of old-fashioned running boards yielded a decidedly modern presence to Packard's One-Ten. The basic Packard One-Ten range for 1941 included seven body styles from the $927 Business Coupe through a 2/4-Passenger Club Coupe and Convertible Coupe, 2- and 4-door Touring Sedans, an 8-Passenger Station Wagon, and 5-Passenger Taxicab. Moving up to the Deluxe line, all bodies were offered, except for the Business Coupe, Club Coupe, and long-wheelbase Taxicab. One-Ten wheelbase length was a generous 122 inches. Power for the One-Ten was a 100-horsepower L-head inline 'six' displacing 245 cubic inches, in effect the One-Twenty line's eight with two fewer cylinders. The One-Ten remained a big seller, with approximately 34,700 built in all for 1941. As confirmed by its serial number, this Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan is one of roughly 4,000 examples produced for 1941. It was restored over 25 years ago and retains the original L-head 6-cylinder engine and 3-speed manual transmission. The front suspension was recently rebuilt within the last few years, and a new exhaust system was fitted. Highly desirable features include an AM radio, chrome trim on the windows and windshield, a central fold-down rear armrest, stainless-steel fender strips, wheel trim rings, whitewall tires, tools and a jack, and a colored steering wheel adorned with a chrome horn ring. A wonderful classic Packard offering, this 1941 One-Ten Deluxe Touring Sedan is offered from the Missoula Auto Museum Collection without reserve.