1930 Packard 733 Convertible Coupe
SPECTACULAR frame-off, nut-and-bolt restoration of a rare and desirable model.
Beautiful deep black paint with red pinstripe. Chrome wire wheels accented with red rims and wide whitewall tires. Black canvas top.
Optioned with Daphne radiator mascot, dual Pilot Ray driving lights (they turn with the front wheels to light the curves int he road), trunk rack and dual sidemounted spare tires with mirrors.
Interior is stunning with deep red leather throughout, including the rumble seat.
Mechanically superb with rebuilt, whisper-quiet 320 cubic inch straight 8 engine. 90 HP. 4-speed transmission. Runs and drives flawlessly.
Recently shown at the Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance (one of the top concours shows on the west coast) where it was judged in the early Open Classics class against some serious competition. It received 3rd place against a freshly-restored 1931 Buick Phaeton and a freshly-restored 1935 Mercedes 500K. This car can hold its own in any show.
This is quite simply one of the finest examples you will find anywhere. Truly an investment-quality Classic Packard that can be shown and driven with pride.
Qualifies for Classic Car Club of America and Packard Club shows and tours.
WE WILL HAPPILY SELL TO BUYERS WORLDWIDE AND ASSIST WITH SHIPPING ANYWHERE.
Call for details. Located near Portland, Oregon.