For 1929, Packard offered four distinct series of automobiles, each designation having a parallel to the car's wheelbase - the 626 and 633 Standard Eights, the 640 Custom Eight and 645 Deluxe Eight series.
The Packard Standard Eight series replaced the Packard Six, which was discontinued. One of the most popular Packard models was the 633 seven passenger sedan. It was ideally suited for both family and business use. While not having the pizzazz of a roadster or touring car, this was Packard's 'bread and butter' model.
This Packard sedan is especially unique since it retains most of its original features. It had an older minor restoration. Few vintage cars remain in this condition today.
Features sliding Adonis hood ornament, dual spare tire side mounts and speed lamps. Car runs and drives.