Eight Model 236

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Dennis Hummelsiep
Dennis  Hummelsiep Phone : +49 (0) 7731 99 55 62
Offer 9061953
Status in Stock
Type of Car Classic Car
Exterior color Grün
Interior color black
Type of interior Leather
Mileage (Kilometers) 43,970 km
First registration Jul 1, 1924
Previous owners 3
Type of drive Rear wheel drive
Transmission manual
Net/Export -
Sales Tax (19%) no VAT reclaimable § 25a UStG
Total price 149,900 €
Packard introduced their magnificent straight-eight engine in their beautifully restyled 1924 top-line models. In doing so, they effectively set the standard for American prestige automobiles for the rest of the 1920s. The new car was called the Single Eight—the designation alluding to the fact the new line replaced Packard’s great, but outmoded, original twelve-cylinder Twin Six, produced from 1915 to 1923.

The Packard inline eight was developed under the aegis of Packard’s engineering chief, Col. Jesse G. Vincent. It produced 85 horsepower at 3,000 rpm, from a displacement of 357.8 cubic inches. The crankshaft ran in nine main bearings, contributing greatly to the engine’s smooth, almost vibration free operation. This massive eight was set into a long, low-slung chassis that was equipped with Packard’s first four-wheel brake system.

Packard offered the Single Eight in two series, their respective numerical designations reflecting the wheelbase lengths. Most styles were Series 136 models, while the longer Series 143 consisted of three seven-passenger models. The only Series 143 open style was the 7-Passenger Touring Car (or Phaeton). An example of this model, Packard’s largest and most expensive open car for 1924 is offered here.

This fantastic example was imported from America to Germany via Switzerland in the late 70s. Now in beautiful condition throughout, this rare car is finished in black over green with cream and green leather interior. Having been subject to an older restoration, this beautiful car is very honest and comes with a beautiful display of light patina. Options fitted to the car include electrical cooling fan, rear reflectors, searchlights mounted on stainless steel lamp-bar, windshield wiper and detachable storage box.

Naturally offered with German papers, this pre-war tourer is said to drive well and is ready to be enjoyed by its new custodian. 
Cylinders 8
Capacity 6385 cm³
Engine power 105 hp
Engine power Kilowatt 77 kW
Curb weight 1960 kg
Fuel Benzin
Type of fuel Super
Environmental badge none