The beautiful, Canadian-born Packard 120 Sport Coupe


If Ed Krupinski’s gorgeous 1935 Packard 120 Sport Coupe had been built in the automaker’s sprawling 3.5-million square-foot Detroit plant, it wouldn’t be singularly unique. But Krupinski’s 120 is a Canadian Packard, produced in a small Windsor, Ontario, factory that operated from 1931 until it was converted to wartime production in 1939.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2017/11/06/canadian-born-packard


Hi Ed: Just saw the Hagerty article. Alvan Macauley was my grandfather who I knew as a young child in the Lake Shore Dr. Gross Point mansion. Your unique 120 is a gem. I own one as well (a '39 120 sports coup) and love it. ‘Ask the Man who Owns One,’ right? Just wanted to connect. Best wishes. Jonathan Macauley Nielson (Jon).