The 1933 and 1934 Packard Eights are regarded by most Packard experts as the very best of the Classic Packards. This fully-restored Phaeton is one of the most prestigious body styles and takes full advantage of the many improvements for 1933 including the vee radiator, skirted fenders, aviation-style dashboard, downdraft carburetor, revised manifolding, smaller flywheel, driver-adjustable vacuum brake booster, 3-point engine mounting, X-braced frame, 17" wheels, automatic choke and dual coil ignition. The engine improvements brought the Eight's horsepower to 120. This example has a fresh engine rebuild by the experts at RM Restorations and is finished in Black with Maroon leather, Red striping and Maroon wire wheels. It is fully equipped including dual windscreens, a luggage trunk, dual side-mounts, side curtains, top boot, wind winds, spotlight, clock, ride control, Depress Beam headlights and dual chrome horns. Six new wide whitewall tires, a new stainless steel radiator stoneguard, cormorant radiator ornament and pair of Trippe driving lights have recently been added along with a thorough and meticulous detailing which has brought it to a new standard of sharp, brilliant presentation. It is a CCCA Full Classic that is ready to be shown proudly or toured with confidence and pleasure, a beautiful and rare example of the best of the Classic Packards.
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