I thought one of the most beautiful cars in Reno's National Automobile Museum was this burgundy Packard, which is parked in a hall designed to evoke a 1920-30s atmosphere.
This is a 1932 Packard Coupe Roadster, Ninth Series 902 Eight. When released it listed for $2,650.00. It's powered by an 8 cylinder, 320 cu in, 110 hp engine. When released in 1931 it was a longer, faster Packard that had an improved smooth ride, so it was a popular vehicle.
I think Packard was one of the most elegant cars to come from Detroit.