Casey Putsch spends the day at the National Packard Museum and drives a gorgeous 1936 Packard 120b to show what it was like to live with a car from this time as well as the history of the Packard Motor Company and Warren, Ohio. A small pin fell out of the throttle linkage and Casey quickly repairs the car with metal from an old fishing lure and a Leatherman tool to continue the day. He picks up his beautiful wife for a period correct date night at the Speakeasy Lounge. Please visit the National Packard Museum in Warren, Ohio and make a donation to support our American history and car culture. Cars are meant to be driven!