Classic Car Catalogue

Packard 1941

USA

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Packard


Packard

Packard makes this a great year for left feet!
THE
  starts eliminating work right down at the foot - your left foot.
Yes, your left foot loafs - doesn't have to do a thing but enjoy the ride! For this blessing. you can thank the engineering genius behind the new Packard Electromatic Clutch* - a radically different clutch using a new vacuum and electric principle.
A dozen things recommend it over other devices. There's no "creeping" forward. No danger of oil leaks. No slippage after engagement. No lag. Getaway is lightning fast - and the clutch engages with much more smoothness than any one but an expert driver could achieve. Furthermore, a dash control permits conventional clutch operation when wanted - for easier sub-zero starting and for second-gear braking while descending steep mountain grades.
Try it! And try the amazing, Packard Aero-Drive*. It saves gas, oil and engine wear - and combined with Electromatic Clutch, it saves shifting too!
But these are only two of 64 new features in the
 . See glamorous new Multi-Tone interiors - with 261 trim combinations, 122 of them at no extra rust! Passmaster Engine, 10% more economical! Real Air Conditioning* (a Packard first) ... Air-Glide ride - and 58 other improvements.
Your dealer extends this Cordial invitation, "Come in! Drive this Packard with Electromatic Clutch - and while your left foot loafs - discover all the reasons why Packard is the class of '41!
 
ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE
 
$907 to $5550
 
FIVE LINES OF NEW CARS – 40 BODY STYLES
 
*Available at extra cost.

 


One-Ten


110 Series 1900 (6 cyl., 245.3 cu.in., 100 h.p.; wb: 122 in.)
  Business Coupe
  Club Coupe
  Touring Sedan
  Club Coupe Deluxe
  Touring Sedan
  Sedan Deluxe
  Convertible Coupe
  Sedan Deluxe
  Convertible Coupe Deluxe
  Station Wagon
  Station Wagon Deluxe

 


110 DeLuxe Touring Sedan


110 Special Coupé


110 Deluxe Family Sedan


Model 110 Station Wagon

 


One-Twenty


120 Series 1901 (8 cyl., 282 cu.in., 120 h.p.; wb: 127 in.)
  Business Coupe
  Club Coupe
  Touring Sedan
  Touring Sedan
  Convertible Coupe
  Station Wagon
  Station Wagon Deluxe
  Convertible Sedan

 

120


120 Station Wagon


120 De Luxe Convertible Coupe

 


Super-8


160 Super 8 Series 1903 (8 cyl., 356 cu.in., 160 h.p.; wb: 127 in.)
  Business Coupe
  Club Coupe
  Sedan
  Convertible Coupe
  Convertible Coupe Deluxe
  Convertible Sedan
  Convertible Sedan Deluxe
160 Super 8 Series 1904 (8 cyl., 356 cu.in., 160 h.p.; wb: 138 in.)
  Touring Sedan
160 Super 8 Series 1905 (8 cyl., 356 cu.in., 160 h.p.; wb: 148 in.)
  Touring Sedan
  Limousine
180 Super 8 Series 1906 (8 cyl., 356 cu.in., 160 h.p.; wb: 127 in.)
  Convertible Victoria Darrin
180 Super 8 Series 1907 (8 cyl., 356 cu.in., 160 h.p.; wb: 138 in.)
  Sedan
  Formal Sedan
  Brougham
  Cabriolet
  Touring Sedan
180 Super 8 Series 1908 (8 cyl., 356 cu.in., 160 h.p.; wb: 148 in.)
  Touring Sedan
  Limousine
  Town Car
  Touring Sedan
  Limousine

 


Super 8 Convertible Victoria

WHENEVER YOU see an unusual stir around a curb or driveway this year, it's more than apt to be occasioned by this glamorous car.
This car is, naturally, a Packard. When you see a car so head-and-shoulders above the field ... so smart, so sophisticated, so patrician ... it is hard to imagine it being anything but Packard.
Owners tell us that wherever this distinguished Custom Packard parks or pauses, traffic is well nigh disrupted by admirers.
And engineering ingenuity has made this Packard just as outstanding mechanically as it is in looks. It offers one of the most powerful 8-cylinder motors in any American car, and its ride is no less than cushioned luxury.
Its Electromatic Drive is a revelation in simplified automatic driving. The clutch operates itself with uncanny skill, yet this is only part of the story. Electromatic Drive saves, footwork ... saves shifting ... even saves gas, oil, and engine wear by letting the engine loaf. It's 1941's newest feature - and it makes driving a brand-new thrill!
Windows, in enclosed models of this distinctive One-Eighty, glide open - or shut - at the touch of a button. And available in all closed Packards, at extra cost, is a sensational new Packard "first" - real, refrigerated Air Conditioning!
The only thing that isn't surprising, in this surprising car, is that its long, rakish bonnet wears the most famous, best-loved face in motoring.
 
This superlative Packard Custom Super 8 One-Eighty is only one of many super cars Packard offers for 1941. We make no boast when we state that they represent the ultimate word in everything that a custom car should be.

 


Clipper


Clipper Series 1951 (8 cyl., 282 cu.in., 125 h.p.; wb: 127 in.)
  Touring Sedan

 


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Clipper Convertible by Dutch Darrin for Errol Flynn.