1941 Packard 180, Bohman & Schwatz at 2010 Concours d'Elegance in Kirkland, WA. The Packard 180 was introduced in 1940 by Packard to replace the discounted V-12 as their top-of-the-line luxury model. The “180” or “One-Eighty” featured an in-line eight cylinder, 356-cubic inch engine that developed 160 horsepower. It was advertised as the as the most powerful eight cylinder engine offered by any automobile manufacturer in 1940. Bohman & Schwartz was a renowned coachbuilder based in Pasadena, California. This two-door custom convertible is one of only two examples remaining