Packard Model 191 Single Six Runabout

The “Packard Model 191 Single Six Runabout (1922)” was listed as a two-passenger vehicle; no rumble seat was offered.


In 1922 the model was completely revised: The engine had a piston stroke of 127 mm, which meant a displacement of 4,398 cm³. This resulted in 54 hp (39.7 kW) at 2,700 rpm. The clutch had nine discs to safely transmit the highest engine power. There were chassis with a wheelbase of 3,200 mm or 3,378 mm and several bodies with two to seven seats.

The models were named after their wheelbases in inches, i.e. 1921/1922 as model 116 and 1922/1923 as models 126 and 133. Together with the 1924 “Single Eight” model they formed the 1st series, a numbering that lasted until 1953 (26th series).

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Packard (1922)

Model 116

– S6 3958 cc | 241.5 cu in. | 4.0 L.
– 52 HP (38.272 KW) @ 2400 RPM
– Transmission: 3 Selective Sliding Bevel gears
– Wheelbase: 116 in | 2946.4 mm
– Production total: 8,800 vehicles

Model/Chassis

Body Number

Model Name

116

190

Single Six Touring

116

191

Single Six Runabout

116

192

Single Six Sedan

116

193

Single Six Coupe

Model 126

– S6 3958 cc | 241.5 cu in. | 4.0 L.
– 52 HP (38.272 KW) @ 2400 RPM
– Transmission: 3 Selective Sliding Bevel gears
– Wheelbase: 126 in | 3200,4 mm
– Production total: 18,192 vehicles

Model/Chassis

Body Number

Model Name

126

220

Single Six Touring

126

221

Single Six Sedan

126

222

Single Six Coupe

126

223

Single Six Runabout

Model 133

– S6 3958 cc | 241.5 cu in. | 4.0 L.
– 52 HP (38.272 KW) @ 2400 RPM
– Transmission: 3 Selective Sliding Bevel gears
– Wheelbase: 133 in | 3378,2 mm
– Production total: 8,368 vehicles

Model/Chassis

Body Number

Model Name

133

Single Six Coupe

133

Single Six Sedan Limousine

133

Single Six Touring Sedan


POWER - CONTROL - PERFOMANCE
- $3,640 (1922) - S6 3958 cc | 241,5 cu in. | 4.0 L.
- Normal - 52 HP (38.272 KW) @ 2400 RPM
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- - 3 Selective Sliding Bevel gears
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- 1922 - Wheelbase: 116 in | 2946.4 mm.
- 17" drums - Worm and nut.
- Artillery, 33 x 4,5 tires on detachable rims. - Ignition: supplied by the 6-volt generator, the battery and the Packard Delco distributor.
- Front longitudinal springs, semi-elliptic; rear springs, platform, semi-elliptic springs.

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