1931 Packard Model 840 Deluxe Eight PhaetonSOLD
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1931 Packard Model 840 Deluxe Eight Phaeton Packard?s success in the Classic Era was based upon the Standard Eight models built from 1924 ? 1931. When the Great Depression deepened in 1931, the sales of the Standard Eights saved Packard from bankruptcy, as more than 15,000 cars were sold that year alone. Through 1931, the Standard Eights were offered in seven series, numbered First through Eight. The Eight Series Model 840 Packard was introduced in August 1930. All long-wheelbase models were called Deluxe Eights, and of the nine individual customs offered, Packard built seven of them having relegated most of the custom coachbuilding business to their own shops in an effort to increase profits. This phaeton body built on the 140.5 inch wheelbase was designed by Raymond Dietrich and was one of the seven ?Custom Made by Packard? body styles produced.

Reference Number 3099

as of 8/10/2006

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Car 1931 Packard Model 840 Deluxe Eight Phaeton
Exterior / Interior Color      Brown 
Options Exterior: Wire wheels
Interior: Leather interior 
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