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Catalog Number 1986.016.001a
Object Name Model, Product
Title Packard - Single-Six Touring Car
Scope & Content Product model, printed in black and gray on cardstock, for a Packard Single-Six Touring Car. The model is cut into the shape of a Packard Single-Six Touring Car, and shows a left side profile view of the car on the front and information about the car on the back. The model folds open and the inside shows a cutaway profile view of the car's interior at bottom and a profile view of its chassis at top. The product model, called an "Interrupter," was made by Packard for use as a selling device by Packard dealers. An accompanying note detailing the purpose and use of the Interrupters can be found at record 1986.016.001e

The descriptive text on the back reads as follows:

"Packard - Single-Six Touring Car
Finely proportioned and handsomely finished. A splendid family car that may be depended upon to discharge every duty with uncommon mechanical ability and willingness. Upholstered in heavy, pebble-grained leather. Fitted with spacious door pockets for side curtains and incidentals. Capacity, five."
Date 1921
Extent of Description Closed: 11.25" x 5"
Open: 11.25" x 9.875"
Collection Packard Motor Car Co.
Search Terms Packard Single Six
Packard Dealers
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