With their long hoods, flowing fenders, and stately radiator shell, Packard’s 6th Series models for 1929 are some of the most attractive and engaging automobiles of the Classic Era. Among the multitude of chassis and body combinations offered by Packard, few match the sporting appeal of the 2/4 passenger roadster atop the 145.5-inch 645 Deluxe Eight chassis. This beautiful example has a well-preserved older restoration, and benefits from nearly $35,000 in recent mechanical service work by marque specialist Parker Roaf. It is an attractive and well-detailed example, finished in a handsome combination of beige with brown fenders and accents, complemented by a brown leather interior. Fittings include a goddess mascot, twin side-mount spares with chrome covers, chrome wire wheels, dual Trippe lights, and a radiator stone guard. This sporting and evocative Packard is sure to delight its next owner in a wide variety of shows, events, and tours. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.
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