This 1941 Packard One-Eighty LeBaron is one of 99 examples produced and 20 known survivors. Formerly owned by Harrah’s Automobile Collection and Richard Gold. Only 48,000 actual miles sympathetic and well maintained restoration. Among the last and most beautiful “semi- custom” Packards. Classic Car Club (CCCA) Full Classic. Most of the coachbuilder LeBarons final catalogued Packard offerings were formal limousines, which were to be driven by a chauffer. However, in 1941 only, an “owner driver” variant, the sport brougham, could also be had. It was essentially Packards version of the Cadillac Series 60 Special, and it featured a striking design. It has narrow chrome window frames and a formal rear window. Only 99 sport broughams were built. The sport brougham was sold by California dealer Earle C Anthony to Harrah’s Automobile Collection in 1968 and was displayed until 1984. In 1984 Richard Gold purchased with 38,199 original miles. Mr. Gold performed a sympathetic frame-on restoration since the car’s body did not need to be removed from the frame. This work earned CCCA Senior Premier Honors, badge no. 1595. The car now shows 48,900 actual miles at the time of cataloging, and the owner notes that on its two recent CCC CARavans on Diamondback radial tires it performed flawlessly. All of the accessories work, including the hydraulic windows and factory-installed overdrive. The car is also equipped with its original deluxe heater and electric fuel pump. The original vehicle plate and Earle C. Anthony tag were retained, and is offered with the Harrah’s sale, registration, and mileage documentation. This car is a fine example of one of the rarest late pre-war Packards and has been beautifully conserved by passionate caretakers.