1932 Packard Big Eight Coupe Roadster. Car is 100% complete including top bows and irons. Rebuilt engine runs perfect, good oil pressure, very quiet like a Packard. All mechanicals are in good condition and work well. It is a sweet car to drive. Needs some rust repair, paint and upholstery. This is a California car that I have owned since the early 70's.
A little history about this model:
Packard introduced its Ninth Series in June of 1931, eight months ahead of the typical new model introduction. The 903 Deluxe Eight Series received significant updates over the preceding Eight Series and saw Packard move from a 4-speed crash gearbox to a 3-speed with synchromesh in second and third. It was also the first year for a fully disappearing top on the production coupe roadsters. The chassis were lower, and the bodies, built by Packard, were also lower and had a much more graceful appearance.