In the 1930s there was no vehicle make more luxurious than Packard.
The Packard carried the prestige of being the premiere automobile
for the well-to-do. From its curvaceous exterior to its ahead of
it's time interior; the Super Eight was the epitome of riding in
style. Powered by an inline 8-cylinder engine; the straight-eight
that Packard was so famously known for; this luxury vehicle had the
power and cruising ability those of affluence desired.
This 1937 Packard Super Eight; having undergone a previous
restoration; has been maintained in climate controlled storage by a
single owner for nearly 30-years. Painted with a Dove Grey Exterior
over Burgundy fenders; the exterior of the car is a work of art.
From the commanding grill to the fender-mounted spares; every
element of the exterior wows those who see it. On the interior; the
color scheme is carried through with burgundy leather interior with
grey piping. The available 8-passenger seating; including jump
seats in the second row; displays the living-room like size of the
interior. Hardwood dash carries the luxury of this car through up
front. When the push-button start is applied; the straight-eight
cylinder engine fires up and the car drives like new. This Packard
is not only a tremendous collector's piece but is also a
time-capsule of what true automotive luxury once was.
Unless stated otherwise, vehicle mileage on title is exempt and
unknown if original.