Packard 740 custom eight roadster 1930
Price on request --- In magnificent condition, very rare Packard from 1930.
The bodywork was restored and completely repainted. The paint has a deep shine and the finish is of very good quality. The beige canvas convertible roof was renewed and is in very good condition Mounted pop the Packard are chrome spoke rims in very nice condition.
The interior was completely renewed and is in very nice condition with only minor signs of use. the seats and interior panels are in dark red leather, the dashboard in wood was restored, the floor covering in red carpet was renewed.
The engine compartment was restored and is in very nice condition.The engine and its appurtenances (collectors, cooling system, carburator,... ) have been overhauled and restored to original specifications. The exhaust was renewed and is in very good condition with only slight signs of use. The Packard is equipped with the a brake system overhauled and restored to original specifications with 4 mechanical drum brakes. The suspension was overhauled and restored to original specifications.
This Packard went through a full inspection by an expert and has a appraisal rapport included.
The Packard Eight was a luxury automobile produced by Packard between 1924 and 1936,and was an all new platform that took the top market position from the earlier Packard Twin Six which was first introduced in 1916. When it was introduced, it was designated as the Senior Packard until the company ended in the late 1950s.
Packard's first eight cylinder engine was introduced as the Single Eight with two wheelbases offered in 136 in (3,500 mm) and 143 in (3,600 mm), while sharing a naming convention with the junior Single Six.