This amazing original 160 Convertible Sedan has a known history going back to new. The car was sold by Zell Motors to a publishing magnate in Baltimore, and then passed to Sterling Walsh, a prominate AACA member and co founder of the Eastern Fall meet at Hershey. At the time of his acquistion in 1970, the car had only covered 14,000 miles. The car remained in Mr Walsh's collection for many years and was a regular on AACA tours and meets. This car is believed to be the only remainlng largely original example fo the very few remaining .The car features some very hard to find original items such as the often failing Plastic dash trim, a factory Packard Radio, Driving Lights, and has the patina that only a well kept original car can exhibit. The paint and brightwork is quite nice and the car is at home on the concours field having been shown at important Concours in the preservation class recently. The car runs and drives very very well and will make someone a very nice driving tour car, so one has the best of both worlds- a great driver and a show car all in one! They can only be original once- this car represents an important benchmark for others to compare when doing a restoration, and should continue to be preserved as it has been by careful custodians it entire life.