Packard Super Eight�was the name given to 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. Following the discontinuation of the Seventeenth Series Packard Twelve after the 1939 model year, a new�Super Eight One-Eighty�was derived from the Super Eight as the new top car range. The Super Eight was renamed thePackard Super Eight One-Sixty. These two models shared most mechanical components including the 160 HP straight Eight engine.
- Painted in Packard Ivory�
- Tan canvas convertible top�
- Black leather interior�
- Straight Eight engine�
- Restored stock steering and suspension�
- Dual side carriers (spare tires)�
- Rear jump seats�
- Turn signals�
- 15" steel wheels�
- Silvertown wide Whites
OUTSTANDING RESTORATION, COMPLETED 450 MILES AGO, CAR RUNS AND DRIVES LIKE NEW, READY FOR ANY PARADE, SHOW OR TOURING RALLY, BEAUTIFUL CAR NO ISSUES, A MUST SEE AUTOMOBILE!!