The Packard Super Eight was the larger of the two eight-cylinder
luxury automobiles produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of
Detroit, Michigan. It shared frames and some body types with the
top model Packard Twelve. The 1933-1936 Packard Super Eight was a
big classic. In 1937, it was reduced to a smaller and lighter
design. Following the discontinuation of the Sixteenth Series
Twelve after the 1939 model year, a new Custom Super Eight
One-Eighty was derived from the Super Eight as the new top car
range. The Super Eight was renamed the Super Eight One-Sixty
starting a naming convention change in 1940. These two models
shared most mechanical components including the 160 HP Inline Eight
engine and continued to be regarded as the Senior Packard. Here we
have a beautifully kept Victoria Coupe that is share to capture the
eyes of onlookers everywhere you drive! The 320 Cubic Inch 8
cylinder runs smooth and quiet, so quiet in fact, you can barely
tell it's running.
1938 Packard Super Eight
Exterior Color:Packard Blue
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