1937 Packard Super Eight Convertible Victoria

In the 1930s, the name Packard signified one of the world’s finest luxury automobiles. This 1937 Packard Super Eight Convertible lives up to its reputation.


1937 Packard Super Eight Convertible Victoria

Here’s a short walk-around video that features a beautiful, Ray Dietrich-inspired 1937 Packard Super Eight Convertible Victoria.

If you’re familiar with coaches designed by Dietrich, you know it adds true “luxury” to the equation.

Despite being 5 inches shorter and 695 lbs lighter than the 12 cylinder counterpart, it shared several new features with it that included a 30-degree slant to the radiator, coil spring independent front suspension, and hydraulic brakes.

Packard advertised these as improvements that brought a new level of sophistication, smoothness, and safety to an already impressive car.

If you love Packards of the ’30s as much as we do, you’ll love this classic 1937 Packard Super Eight Convertible. Take a look and see if you agree!

Pretty awesome Packard, don’t you think? I thought you’d like it!

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