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1941 Packard 110

1941 Packard 110

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SPECIFICATIONS
Body Style:  Convertible Coupe 1900 Series Body Style 1489
Factory Price: $1,195
Production: 34,700 all models
Weight: 3,260 lbs
Engine: 6 cylinder, L head
Horse Power: 100 @3,600 rpm
Cubic Inches: 245.3
Wheel Base: 122 in
Transmission: 3 speed column shift
Brakes: 4 wheel hydraulic

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[column grid=”2″ span=”1″] 1941 was an up-styled body design from the 1940 models. Headlights were incorporated in the fender’s design. The trim, both interior and exterior, was changed slightly. In 1940 the 110 models out-sold the 120 models; therefore, the 1941 series offered more 110 models to the public while the 120 series were reduced to only eight models. Packard’s 110 and 120 models had stiff competition in 1941 with the introduction of the Clipper. The immediate success and the public’s acceptance resulted in all 110 and 120 series to be Clipper models in 1942.
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