1932 Packard 903 Super Eight Coupe Roadster

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Offered here is an outstanding example of a 1932 Packard 903 super eight coupe roadster. 1932 was one of the best looking years for Packard with the introduction of the vee radiator and a double dropped frame which allowed the body to sit lower on the chassis. That combined with the beautiful super eight headlights and large hub wire wheels makes for an incredible combination. 1932 was also the first year for the coupe roadster which featured roll up windows for more comfortable driving in poor weather. It makes the car much more drivable for any season rather than a traditional roadster with no windows and just side curtains. 

This particular 903 coupe roadster was owned by the same family for over 45 years here in Connecticut and was treated to a body off complete restoration that was executed extremely well. The body is straight, undercarriage is as nice as the outside of the car, the leather interior was done tastefully and the engine was completely overhauled and refinished down to the porcelain manifolds. No expense was spared on its restoration. The 135 horsepower straight eight engine is very smooth and it shifts perfectly. The silver, black and red combination is very striking and looks breathtaking on one of the prettiest Packards ever created. If you are looking for a Packard than this car should certainly be considered.