From 1935 on Packard offered independent front suspension, hydraulic brakes and 110hp from its 282 cubic inch inline eight cylinder engine, giving excellent performance, quiet, relaxed highway cruising and, when fitted with sporting open coachwork like this Convertible Coupe body, style and flair that set it -- and those lucky enough to owner and drive one -- apart from its competition. This beautiful 1938 Eight has only 69,968 miles from new. It had a show-quality restoration four years ago, then was carefully maintained and stored in climate-controlled conditions while being taken out for occasional use and enjoyment. It is particularly handsomely presented in Lincoln Blue complemented by Dove Grey leather upholstery, Grey carpeting and a lovely Dark Blue cloth top. It has a rumble seat for occasional passengers and also has a luggage trunk for its fortunate occupants' clothing. Equipped with dual enclosed side-mounted spares, fog lights and wide whitewalls tires that go beautifully with its dark blue paint, it is still in excellent condition ready to be shown with pride and driven with satisfaction, one of the most prestigious and attractive automobiles of the Thirties.