Early Packard’s like this 1931 833 Convertible Coupe are all considered Full Classics, the trademarked designation of automobiles eligible for Classic Car Club of America events. One look at it, to say nothing of a drive in it, is ample explanation for the inclusion of this handsome, powerful, usable automobile. Finished in Red with Black fenders and a Black beltline accent, the coachwork is upholstered in particularly inviting Red leather and enclosed by an attractive Tan cloth top. Its disc wheels were standard for Packard’s in 1931 and these are nicely set off by whitewall tires. Dual side-mounts with mirrors strapped on them for better visibility, a golf bag door on the right-hand side for storing items in the front of the rumble seat compartment, a stainless steel radiator stone guard, running board mounted mud scraper, and a pair of Trippe driving lights leave no doubt externally of the quality and distinction of this car. Bijur automatic chassis lubrication helps the driver keep maintenance up to date. It was completely restored just a few years ago to showroom condition, then carefully maintained in very attractive condition. Much of its charm is that it is done like new, not an over-the-top restoration that hinders its enjoyment on the road where the performance of the 100hp 320 cubic inch Packard straight eight and the undeniable benefits of rollup windows, rumble seat and tight-fitting convertible top make it one of the most practical and versatile tour cars ever created. This is a classic Packard that will please any owner and that will make participating in tours, events and gatherings pleasant and satisfying.
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