GORGEOUS BURGUNDY AND BLACK WITH REDLEATHER INTERIOR!
OPTIONAL DUAL SIDE-MOUNTED SPARES!
IMMACULATE CHROME WIRE WHEELS!
RARE TRIPPE SPEEDLIGHTS!
320 CUBIC-INCH STRAIGHT EIGHT/100-HORSEPOWER!
SLICK SHIFTING 4-SPEED TRANSMISSION!
FANTASTIC CHROME AND BRIGHT-WORK!
REAR MOUNTED TRUNK!
ORIGINAL WHEELS INCLUDED!
Finished in gorgeous black and burgundy and trimmed in red leather, this 1931 Packard 833 Standard Series Convertible Coupe is in stunning condition, having been fully restored to a very high level. The quality of work and expense incurred is evident from every angle. This car simply does not disappoint with its high quality chrome, dual side-mounted spares, and rare Trippe Speedlights. Built during a tumultuous time for Packard and the rest of the country, Packard production hit a 10-year low in 1931 and company brass decided it was time to begin to alter company products to reflect the new economic reality. This transitional period resulted in an abbreviated production year of only 10-months in 1931, and makes cars of this year the last ones made before Packard began taking a more somewhat more economic minded approach to building cars. Do not miss this opportunity to acquire this pristine full CCCA classic. This is truly an investment grade vehicle. According to London based investment research firm, Historic Automobile Group International, classic cars have appreciated an average of 13-percent per year since 1980 while stocks averaged 11-percent over the same period. Please contact one of our expert sales consultants 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 for over 40 years Daniel Schmitt & Co. has built an unrivaled reputation by uniting the worlds finest motorcars with those who treasure them.
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