Bring A Trailer Auction Lot #10666. Packard enjoyed its rightful place near the top of the American class, offering style and quality in abundance. The Ninth series of 1932 introduced a number of refinements to the chassis, engine, and styling across the line. Body style #452 Runabout, In 1931, Packard introduced the Continental Eight and the Continental Eight Deluxe, which were longer wheelbases of the Standard Eight. A very rare Packard "shovel nose" produced for just two years. in. New listings are added daily. Body style #443 Sedan The frame was redesigned with improved bracing … It was advertised as a two-door roadster, two-door convertible & two-door convertible Victoria (both new for 1932),[22] phaeton,[23] four-door dual-cowl phaeton[24] & Sport Phaeton (a four-door four-seat dual-cowl phaeton new in 1932)[25] two-door coupé,[26] four-door sedan, landau,[27] town car,[28] and limousine. The 320 cubic inch straight 8 engine runs okay, does not smoke, and does yard drive. 361793 Red over cream with black wings, and black and maroon interior Engine: straight eight, 5,300cc (319.1cu. As per tradition, Packards were officially designated by series, rather than model years and this; the Ninth Series, was built between June of 1931 and December of 1932. The gorgeous lines, raked windscreen, and low roofline give it a distinctly sporty appearance. Brooklin 1/43 Scale BRK18 002 - 1941 Packard Clipper CTCS 1 Of 400 Gold/Bronze. 1932 Packard Eight Phaeton. 1932 Packard 902 Roadster – Astor … Many auto manufacturers designed unique carriages. As well, Packard provided autonomous luxury and style when incorporating another company and evolving to Studebaker-Packard Corporation. Only 117 cars were built. Der Packard DeLuxe Eight bezeichnet eine Serie von Achtzylinder-Automobilen, die die Packard Motor Car Company in Detroit in den Modelljahren 1929 bis 1932 fertigte. [11], The Eight offered optional (no extra cost)[12] four-speed synchromesh transmission. Available 734 Speedster Eight models include: Body style #422 Boattail Roadster We are delighted to feature this marvelous 1932 Packard 903 Deluxe Eight with rare and desirable four-passenger Convertible Victoria coachwork. [31] In 1932, prices ranged from US$2250 to US$3250[32] for the Standard Eight, while the De Luxe Eight started at US$3150.[33]. One of the most desirable of all the Ninth Series bodies is this; the style 501 Phaeton. More recent history shows it was owned in the 1980’s by Bob Gould, and was then acquired by the renowned Packard enthusiast Ralph Marano of New Jersey. Without the financial might of a major corporation such as GM or Ford behind them, Packard relied heavily on cash reserves to get through the challenging economic times. This belief had placed them among the elite in the auto industry during the early 1900s. [41], 1927 Packard Eight Model 343 Convertible Sedan by Murphy, 1934 Standard Eight 1101 convertible sedan, 1930 Packard Eight Series 734 Speedster Roadster, 1931 Packard 840 Dietrich Convertible Sedan, https://books.google.com/books?id=bHJPMRZ8BdAC&pg=PA298&lpg=PA298&dq=packard+eight+vs+packard+super+eight&source=bl&ots=rYQAMpyUxY&sig=ACfU3U1o9O5ZiCCUhEITwYXcu_P5aqbeEQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi5n5mEpMjqAhWblHIEHRRDC2E4ChDoATAJegQIDBAB#v=onepage&q=packard%20eight%20vs%20packard%20super%20eight&f=false, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Packard_Eight&oldid=998347342, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 4 January 2021, at 23:52. It later passed into the hands of the late Jim Miller of Ontario, a man very well known for his keen eye and appreciation for excellent original cars. Packard was a luxury car built in America from 1899-1958. that runs, but needs restoration. The Eight (formerly Standard Eight) and Deluxe Eight each featured the venerable alloy and cast iron L-head eight cylinder. Body style #447 Victoria At the height of the Classic Era, Packard offered a huge variety of body styles to suit the individual buyer’s needs. The extensive design catalog ranged from conservative sedans and limousines to the sporting open cars. Period advertisements showed examples with body colored radiator grilles whereas the Standard models had chrome grilles. 1932 Packard Vehicles for Sale. [13] Like other Packards of this era, it featured Ride Control, a system of dash-adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers. 1932 Packard Light 8 Coupe Roadster Mecum Indy (2018) Lot #T205: $214,500 SOLD: May 17, 2018 3 years ago: 1932 Packard Light Eight Coupe Roadster Conversion RM Sotheby's Fort Lauderdale (2018) Lot #3086: NOT SOLD: Apr 07, 2018 3 years ago: 1932 Packard Light Eight Coupe Roadster RM Sotheby's Arizona (2018) Lot #260: $212,800 SOLD: Jan 19, 2018 3 years ago: 1932 Packard Light … This car wears its original Phaeton coachwork as it left the factory in 1932. Packard enjoyed its rightful place near the top of the American class, offering style and quality in abundance. Speedster Eights have four instead of three speeds, and the customer could choose from several rear end ratios at no extra cost. Kostenloser Versand . ), 110bhp; Gearbox: 3-speed manual; Suspension: semi-elliptic leaf springs front and rear; Brakes: … EUR 117,99. 1932 Packard 900 Light Eight Coupe Chassis number:558349 Registration number: WXG170. Without the financial might of a major corporation such as GM or Ford behind them, Packard relied heavily on cash reserves to get through the challenging economic times. EUR 178,99. Beliebt . Make: x. Packard. 6 vehicles matched Now showing page 1 of 1. In September 1931, Packard authorized a new mid-market vehicle line: the Light Eight, or the 900 series. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Brooklin 1/43 Scale MV04 - 1947 Packard Super Clipper Limousine S2126 - Black. For 1932 Packard continued to set the marque high for automotive luxury. The early 1930’s proved to be a difficult period for Packard. Based on a heavily modified Standard Eight (733) chassis, it got smaller and narrower coachwork. Sadly, Mr. Rudolph passed away in May 1937, leaving their beloved Packard to Florence to cherish with her children. Packard enjoyed its rightful place near the top of the American class, offering style and quality in abundance. Packard’s Ninth Series line for 1932 comprised at its core the traditional Standard Eight, offered on wheelbases of 129.5 and 136.5 in., and priced between $2,485 and $3,450. Numerous factory accessories include the Goddess of Speed radiator mascot, dual spot lights, dual sidemount spares, chrome wire wheels, clock, and a trunk rack. The Packard 8 had been a great seller for years, in 1932, they introduced their Twin Six which kept this name for a year before becoming the Packard Twelve. Kostenloser Versand . 193087 Beige with light peach fenders and beltlines with color matched pinstriping and tan leather interior with a tan top Engine: L-head, straight eight, 384.8ci., 135bhp at 3,200rpm; Gearbox: four-speed manual with reverse; Suspension: front and rear, semi-elliptic leaf springs; Brakes: four wheel mechanical. 1932 Packard LIGHT 8 --This series 900, 1932 Packard Light 8 "shovelnose" is a true barn find. Im Jahre 1948 lebte das Modell als Weiterentwicklung des Clipper Eight wieder auf wurde bis 1950 weitergebaut. The frame was redesigned with improved bracing … 1932 Packard Model 900 Light Eight History T he Packard Motor Company relied on making luxurious cars that were highly refined, fitted with luxurious coachwork, and powered by proven engineering. Browse Category. 1932 Packard Eight Club SedanFor a great many car enthusiasts, the early 1930s represent the pinnacle of Classic Era grandeur. This 1932 Packard Deluxe Eight 904 5/7-Passenger Sedan was purchased new by Rudolph & Florence D. from Brooklyn, NY on December 10th, 1932. Inside, charcoal leather upholstery is in fine condition, displaying only the slightest character since the restoration. [2], Offered in four models, the Standard Eight, Custom Eight,[3] De Luxe Eight,[4] and Speedster it was powered by a low-compression aluminum-head[5] L-head inline eight[6] producing 90 bhp (67 kW)[7] (hence the name). At a total production of 7,659 cars, it furnished the majority of Packard’s sales in this season, the worst year of the Great Depression. They were an affluent family with Rudolph being a successful attorney, raising a large family of 11 children. 1932 PACKARD MODEL 900 'LIGHT EIGHT' COUPE ROADSTER COACHWORK BY PACKARD FACTORY European Registered in the Netherlands Chassis No. Buyers had the option of several wheelbase configurations ranging from 129 inches to 147 inches, and the popular 902 rode on the 136-inch version. [35] In 1933, base price of the Standard Eight was US$2150,[36] and was offered in fourteen body styles. The Ninth series of 1932 introduced a number of refinements to the chassis, engine, and styling across the line. [14] The Eight also featured automatic chassis lubrication[15] and "shatterproof" glass. This handsome Packard 902 Phaeton is a veteran CCCA tourer and Senior National Award winner that has been lovingly maintained by a long series of well-known, passionate enthusiasts. The Packard Speedster Eight Model 734 was a sporty passenger car line by the Packard Motor Car Company offered for the 1930 model year (7th series) only. [37] The 1933 De Luxe Eight started at US$3350. It differs in valve and manifold revisions, a dual updraft carburetor, a vacuum booster pump and a ribbed exhaust manifold. … [20] For 1938, the Eight's wheelbase was stretched 7 in (180 mm) over 1937, and the body was also wider.[21]. Mechanically, it is very sound and well-sorted, with the big 320 cubic inch inline-8 running strong and returning the easy performance that Packards of this era are so famous for. Likewise, a Haartz Stayfast cloth top is beautifully fitted to a restored wood and chrome top frame. The Ninth Series utilized a new frame design that allowed for lower body height, as well as synchronized transmissions (on 2nd and top gears) and a driver-adjustable ride-control system for the shock absorbers. It used the same engine as Packard’s Standard Eight, but weighed less. From there, it is believed to have remained in California for many years. [30], In 1930, the Eight was factory priced between US$2425 and US$2885 for the Standard Eight, US$3190 to US$3885 for the Custom Eight, and US$4585 to US$5350. The Deluxe Eight line chassis was lengthened to 142.5” and featured a new “double-drop” frame with x-bracing. The legendary L-head eight got a bump in output to 110 horsepower, and adjustable ride control was now standard fitment. It is in great original condition but needs full restoration. The previous owners purchased the Packard from Miller in 1999 and retained it as a highlight of their collection until 2015. Body style #445 Phaeton The legendary L-head eight got a bump in output to 110 horsepower, and adjustable ride control was now standard fitment. The handsome coachwork is crisp and straight, finished in an elegant tri-tone scheme of medium gray with darker gray character lines and black fenders. 734 models have their parking lights mounted on the fenders, not on the body like Standard Eights. 1932 Packard light 8 by Picture Rental Cars — G.U.G on Vinty The Packard Speedster Eight Model 734 was a sporty passenger car line by the Packard Motor Car Company offered for the 1930 model year (7th series) only. Without the financial might of a major corporation such as GM or Ford behind them, Packard relied heavily on cash reserves to get through the challenging economic times. Brooklin 1/43 Scale BRK6 008 - 1932 Packard Light 8 Metallic Silver Grey. Versand: + EUR 7,50 Versand. The Packard Eight was a luxury automobile produced by Packard between 1930 and 1936,[1] and was a progression from the earlier Packard Six which was first introduced in 1913. Production of the De Luxe Eight was less than ten per day. $250,000 and Up; Antiques / Pre-War; AutoHunter Auctions; Convertibles; Future Classics; Motorcycles; Muscle Cars; Newest Listings; Trucks ; Under $5,000; Browse by Model. The leather only just appears broken-in, making for an inviting environment for driver and passengers alike. 1932 PACKARD DELUXE EIGHT MODEL 903 DUAL COWL PHAETON Chassis No. As the world entered the Great Depression, the Packard Company was one of the few that managed to survive. We purchased this vehicle from an estate sale. Kostenlose Lieferung für viele Artikel! Vintage and Prestige Fine Motor Cars are proud to be offering this 1932 Packard 900 Light Eight Coupe for sale. Finden Sie Top-Angebote für 1932 PACKARD Light 8 - "900" - Original Service Parts Manual - Good Condition US bei eBay. [9] Power would be upgraded to 110 hp (82 kW) in 1932[10] and 120 hp (89 kW) in 1933. 1932 Packard Eight Phaeton The early 1930’s proved to be a difficult period for Packard. Between 1924 and 1930, Packard was also the top-selling luxury brand. [29] It was available in eleven body styles. Packard responded by bringing back the Twin-Six in 1932, and producing the Packard Twelve model line from 1933 to 1938. [16], The Eight was available on several wheelbases: 127.5 in (3,240 mm) and 134.5 in (3,420 mm) for the 1930 Standard Eight,[17] 140 in (3,600 mm)[18] and 145.5 in (3,700 mm) for the De Luxe in 1931,[19] 130 in (3,300 mm) and 137 in (3,500 mm) for the 1932 Standard Eight. The rare shovelnose model was produced in limited numbers only in 1932. Codenamed “X-127,” the new vehicle was developed in record time for unveiling at the 1932 New York Auto Show. Kleine Spedition 1/87 Kartonmodellbau. The early 1930’s proved to be a difficult period for Packard. The engine delivers 145 HP (740: 106 HP) without increase in bore or stroke, which remain at 3½ x 5 in. It was sold by Hyman Ltd later in 2015 to a private collection of significant automobiles. We purchased this vehicle from an estate sale. Classifieds for 1932 Packard Vehicles. This 1932 Packard Light Eight Series 900 Roadster was made to match its Depression-era market. 1932 Packard Individual Custom Eight Model 904 Convertible Victoria 904-95. They also feature senior car's hoods with for ventilation door. According to the firewall tag, it was delivered to its first owner in May 1933 via Earl C. Anthony’s famous Los Angeles dealership. The rare shovelnose model was produced in limited numbers only in 1932. 55986 Engine No. Highly attractive, and featuring one of Packard’s most desirable designs, this magnificent automobile is ready for the next keeper to continue its rich history. hymanltd.com | (314) 524-6000 | [email protected]. [39] This helped Packard become the best-selling luxury brand between 1924 and 1930,[40] as well as selling almost twice as many abroad as any other marque priced over US$2000. Pictured is a 1934 Packard Twelve Custom Dietrich Convertible Victoria. The powerful 5.2 litre straight eight is a paragon of smoothness and power. [8] Packard ads bragged the engine "floated" on new rubber mounts. It is clear that this car was very well maintained for its entire life, as the body structure appears to be largely original – with mostly original wood and hardware evident throughout the body. [38], The five-passenger sedan was Packard's best-selling model for years. This elegant body style was initially only available on the Individual Custom line, but it was so popular with buyers that it joined the standard Packard catalog for 1932. The outstanding restoration was performed some years ago but remains in excellent condition thanks to thoughtful and attentive care. The 734 straight eight engine is derived from the 740 Custom Eight's. In 1932, prices ranged from US$2250 to US$3250 for the Standard Eight, while the De Luxe Eight started at US$3150. The Packard eight utilized a very rare swivel accelerator pedal, patented by Pat Au back in the early 1900s. EUR 18,90. 1951 folgte die Ablösung durch den Packard 200 Description for Packard LIGHT 8 1932: This series 900, 1932 Packard Light 8 "shovelnose" is a true barn find. [34], The 1932 Standard Eight was offered in thirteen body styles. It is in great original condition but needs full restoration. For immediate assistance please call us at +1-314-524-6000 or please fill out the following form and a member of our team will contact you. Thankfully, Packard not only survived, but they also produced some of the most beautiful, iconic cars of the era – cars that would go on to symbolize pre-war glamour and opulence. The company’s new ride control offered three settings ensuring a smooth ride on both paved and unpaved surfaces. 193058 Engine No. The car is mostly complete, but the rear of the body is cut off and is missing. 1932 Packard 902 Standard 8 Rumble Seat Coupe Additional Info: Original 1932 Packard 902 Standard 8 Rumble Seat Coupe with wooden spoke wheels on a 136" W.B. 15 results per page.

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