This "Light Eight" Street Rod is a fabulous original-appearing 1932 Packard with all-modern conveniences. It's powered by a blown 502ci new crate engine and 700R4 automatic transmission with Lokar shifter. It's equipped with Vintage Air and heater, power disc brakes, rack & pinion steering and a Ford 9" with posi-traction. The custom beige leather interior features new seats, Ididit chrome steering column, Stewart Warner gauges, an AM/FM with 6-CD player surrounded by striking dark blue paint and tan pinstripe with bright chrome. During the frame-off restoration, the wood was replaced with steel creating strength and durability in body components in this all-original sheet metal Packard. Other features include Weiand 6-71 supercharger, two Holley 670 cfm Street Avenger carbs, MFD ignition, aluminum radiator, Fatman front end and Ron Francis wiring and a stainless exhaust system. It rides on 15" Wheel Vintiques nostalgic wire wheels with Packard caps. Other features include a full metal roof, power windows and door locks with remote.