Only 266 CT Royal Eight Business Coupes were manufactured and just
a few exist today. The car was built on a 120" wheel base and had a
273.8 CID engine, producing 90 hp. The Royal Eights for 1933 had
the new sweeping fender, single bar bumpers, "suicide" doors,
sloping V-type radiator, slanting V-type windshield, door type hood
vents and more streamlined looks. Distinctive features of the Royal
Eights included all steel body construction, dual windshield
wipers, dual taillights and dual chrome trumpet horns. Standard
equipment included Delco Remy ignition, Lockheed hydraulic brakes,
"Floating Power" coincidental starter, automatic vacuum clutch,
adjustable leather front seats, automatic control shock absorbers
and six wire wheels on the convertible sedan. This truly amazing
car is a former AACA first prize winner.
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