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  • Body Type: Convertible , Sedan
  • Model Year: 1933
  • Trans: Manual
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Ext color: Creamy Ivory with Maroon Accent
  • Int color: Maroon Leather

Creamy Ivory with Maroon Accent Exterior

Maroon Leather Interior

Tan Convertible Top

Rear Windscreen

Beautiful Wood Dash

Chrome Radiator Cover

Straight Eight Cylinder

3-Speed Manual Transmission

Dual Mounted Spares

Dark Red Wire Wheels

Wide White Wall Tires

Rear Trunk

Excellent Ownership History

Featured in a Number of Packard Books

Includes Original Bill of Sale from 1933

Wonderful Driving, Touring Car


The Standard Eight was now known as the Eight this year, horsepower was now up to 120 with new engine refinements such as a new dual downdraft Stromberg carburetor, revised manifolds, an automatic choke and smaller flywheel. Three-point motor suspension was adopted. The Bendix-BK vacuum booster brakes of the Twelve were added. Wire wheels were now standard, with disc and wood optional. The angle set hypoid differential introduced on the Light Eight was also included. The former vacuum-plate clutch was replaced by a single-plate, with automatic clutch control available optionally. The fender-mounted battery and toolboxes were gone, and the new pivoted pane window ventilation would be offered this one year only on all Eights and Twelves.



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