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1929 Packard Series 633
Opera Coupe

Model Year History Overview:

The 1929 Packard’s were composed entirely of straight eight cylinder engines.  Packard did not observe model years in this period, instead using a “series” number that dated from a practice begun in 1923, 1929 coincides with the Sixth Series. Beginning in 1925 with the exceptions of 1931, 1932 and 1934 Packard regularly out-produced Cadillac through WWII. Packard was produced from 1899 through 1958.
“Ask the man who owns one” became the company’s slogan in 1901.  The name, The Ohio Automobile Company was used in 1900-01 and was located in Warren, Ohio.  In 1902 it became the Packard Motor Car Company when it moved to Detroit, Michigan.

This was a 1985 AACA Hershey, PA 1st Place winner.  It has beautiful fitted luggage in the trunk

Total 1929 Packard Production; N/A

MSRP: $2,350.00

Stock Number C 138

1929 Packard Series 633
Opera Coupe
VIN Number:  266466

Date of Manufacture:  N/A
Exterior Color:  Cream & Tan
Convertible Top:  N/A
Interior Trim:  Tan Cloth – Individual Seats
Engine:  320 CID, L-Head, Inline 8-Cylinder
90 Horsepower
Bore/Stroke: 3.19” X 5.00”
Transmission:  3-Speed Manual Floor Shift
Equipment:

  • Clock
  • Dual Cowl Lights
  • Dual Side Mounted Spare Tires
  • 3 Window Shades
  • TRIPPE Road Lamp
  • Parabolic Headlights
  • One Windshield Wiper
  • Wide Whitewall Tires
  • Fitted Luggage In Trunk
  • Trunk-Mounted Luggage Rack

Wheelbase:  134.5 inches
Weight:  4,325 LBS

Stock Number: C 138

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