One of the best examples that can be found on the market today!
A collector’s dream!
The 1933 Packard Model 1004 Super Eight Touring featured here is finished in the stunning color combination of Packard Brown over a brown leather interior and beige convertible top. This stunning example was delivered new in May of 1933 to Park Avenue Packard in New York and was previously owned by well-known Packard enthusiast and collector Don McCallum before being sold to another collector in 2005. It was previously the subject of a no expense spared restoration that presents well and displays very little patina. The Classic Car Club of America recognizes this Model 1004 as a Full Classic and it is a CCCA Senior Award winner (a testament to the Packard’s thorough restoration). With limited production, ownership provenance and CCCA award winning status, this 1933 Packard Super Eight is one of the best examples that can be found on the market today. We are proud to offer this stunning 1933 Packard Model 1004 Super Eight Touring to the most particular investor or collector who appreciates CCCA award winning restorations and the legacy of the Packard marque. Ready to make an investment that you can actually enjoy? Classic cars have proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years with the Historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013, 16% in 2014 and 17% in 2015 while posting gains of 467% over the last 10 years. Please contact one of our expert sales consultants at (314)291-7000 or [email protected] for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description and answer any questions you may have. Buy with confidence.
HISTORY OF THE 1933 PACKARD 1004 SUPER EIGHT
For Packard’s 10th series of Automobiles, the company introduced several innovations with the 8 cylinder models. The Packard Standard Eight was now just the Packard Eight and the Deluxe Eight models begun being referred to as the Super Eight. The Super Eight in particular saw several improvements including a strengthened chassis with a new manifold design and a new Stromberg carburetor that raised power output to 145 horsepower. Vacuum assisted brakes were featured and gave the driver the option to adjust the level of braking to assist their needs. The wheelbase of the Deluxe models was dropped in favor of a 135” wheelbase chassis. Individuals seeking a more stately appearance opted for the 142” wheelbase which was 5 inches shorter than the 1932 “Deluxe” models. With 13 different factory body styles available, individual bodied production numbers were limited. Of the 1,327 Super Eight models built for 1933, only 788 were assembled on the 142” chassis. Body no. 650 was the Super Eight Touring, a stylish and functional Touring car with rear fold away jump seats that allowed seating for either 5 or 7 passengers. With a restyled exterior and a new windshield treatment, the Touring was especially stunning. It is no wonder why examples are highly coveted among collectors today.
This is a Roadster 1919 V-12 . The body was made from a four doors 1919 . The car is almost finished . Just remains the paint , upholstery and top . The wooden parts are finished .
The mechanic parts were completely restored into a new condition . This is a fantastic beautiful car .
The project was .....
This is one of the very rare right hand drive cars from Packard.
This car is a two colour car in real nice condition. It has an older restauration and some little spots of wear which are ok for the age.
The interior is made of sky and also in good condition.
Everything is working, so the car is .....
This is one of the very rare right hand drive convertibles from Packard.
This car has an older restauration and is in very good optical and technical condition.
It is equiped with hydraulic windows and a hydraulic convertible top.
This great straight eight engine and the long wheelbase give you the .....
model: 443 cabrio
6.3l 8 cyl.
packard coupe roadster 443 1928, this majestic 8-cylinder vehicle for very little use, fully restored, is in perfect condition, you can visit by appointment,
you can .....
Wonderful, largely original condition
Presents with charming patina
Displaying only 58,857 actual miles!
Just released from a private Packard museum
Desirable Packard 120 Touring Sedan
Correct 282ci 8-cylinder engine
Stunning color combination
Unrestored original interior
Packard’s Sixth Series debuted on August 1, 1928, continuing the long-running tradition of exceptional quality, engineering excellence, and sophisticated style. Customers had a wide range of catalog body styles to choose from, as well as four different chassis options. The base of the lineup consisted .....
Wonderful condition with lots of originality
Only 34,701 actual miles!
Known history from new
Purchased new by Colonel Robert McCormick; owner of the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Cubs
Rare & desirable 1939 Packard Model 1708 Twelve Convertible Sedan
One of less than twelve known to .....
Super solid uk regd 2 door hardtop with completely rebuilt 392 motor. Much work done to the whole car including suspension bushes, all new brakes. Where can you get a 50s electric windows 2 door hardtop as new V8 on the road for under ten grand? dare to be different! 07747863382 or 01647231349