Interesting Fact: The Packard Super Eight was produced from 1933 to 1951. It is the larger of two eight-cylinder luxury vehicles that were produced by the Packard Motor Car Company in Detroit. The variant that was produced from 1933 to 1936 has become a classic vehicle over the years.
When the Packard Super Eight’s counterpart, the Packard Twelve, was discontinued, a variant known as the Packard Super Eight One-Eighty was released as a top car. This resulted in the Packard Super Eight being renamed to the Packard Super Eight One-Sixty.
Both models use a 160 horsepower straight Eight engine. The Packard Super Eight was offered in a classic two-door model or a four-door sedan. Production continued until 1951 when the Super Eight was renamed to 400. This classic vehicle is still pursued by many car collectors all around the world!
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