1935 Packard Eight Club Sedan, Fully Restored, Concours or Tour!

$48,800

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This is a very nice example that is sure to help make its new caretaker many happy memories!

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1935 Packard Eight Club Sedan, Fully Restored, Concours or Tour!

This 1935 Packard Eight has benefitted from a complete ground up restoration to concours condition.  It is resplendent in a deep and rich green livery with straw colored coachstripes.  The interior is finished in correct tan bedford cord and wool interior.  The woodgrained dash and window surrounds, chrome and trim are all beautiful.

 

1935 Packard Eight Club Sedan, Fully Restored, Concours or Tour!

$48,800

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1935 Packard Eight Club Sedan, Fully Restored, Concours or Tour!
1935 Packard Eight Club Sedan, Fully Restored, Concours or Tour!

$48,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 22

Packard Eight

The Packard Eight was a luxury automobile produced by Packard between 1924 and 1936, and was a progression from the earlier Packard Six which was first introduced in 1913. Offered in four models, the Standard Eight, Custom Eight, De Luxe Eight, and Speedster it was initially powered by a low-compression aluminum-head L-head inline eight producing…
The Packard Eight was a luxury automobile produced by Packard between 1924 and 1936, and was a progression from the earlier Packard Six which was first introduced in 1913. Offered in four models, the Standard Eight, Custom Eight, De Luxe Eight, and Speedster it was initially powered by a low-compression aluminum-head L-head inline eight producing 90 bhp (hence the name). Power would be upgraded through the years. Through the years the Eight offered optional (no extra cost) four-speed synchromesh transmission. Like other Packards of this era, it featured Ride Control, a system of dash-adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers. The Eight also featured automatic chassis lubrication and "shatterproof" glass. The Eight was available on several wheelbases: 127.5 in and 134.5 in for the 1930 Standard Eight, 140 in and 145.5 in for the De Luxe in 1931, 130 in and 137 in for the 1932 Standard Eight. For 1938, the Eight's wheelbase was stretched 7 in over 1937, and the body was also wider.

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