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1928 Packard Eight Dietrich

With 385 cubic inches and 109 brake horsepower the 1928 Fourth Series Packard’s were as powerful as they were luxurious and none was more exclusive, nor as representative the times in the last years of the Roaring Twenties, than this Convertible Coupe bodied by Dietrich and displaying Ray Dietrich's exquisite sense of design, balance, line and features. Finished in Cream with Black fenders and six red wire wheels mounting black wall tires, this distinctive CCCA Full Classic was restored some years ago but has seen little if any use and continuous careful and consistent maintenance including more recent replacement of the seat coverings and refinishing of the 4-spoke all wood steering wheel to keep it in excellent and largely fresh condition. Features include the rumble seat, radiator stone guard, a "donut chaser" (Goddess of Speed) radiator cap with Packard Motometer, drum headlights and Packard script mirrors on the dual side-mounted spare tires. Other recent work includes new hoses and belts, a new exhaust system and new ignition wiring to ensure its quiet and reliable operation. One of the unusual features of its Dietrich body is the body colored frame around the opening windshield. It is everything a collector could ask for in a quality older restoration that has been taken care of by professionals and recently gone through to bring it back up to the highest standards of appearance and function.

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