With only a handful of this rare model left, this is one rare 1933 Packard 1001 Standard 8 Coupe Roadster. There were only 4800 of these produced during a rather short production run that lasted from January to August of 1933. Sold new by Earl C. Anthony, Inc., a Los Angeles dealer. We can trace the ownership history back to 1961 where it was transferred from one Californian to another. Presumably it has been in California all of its life. Professionally restored in the early 1990s, it has seen an estimated 4K total miles since completion. After you view the photos, you will see a link that will take you to an appraisal report which will offer more comprehensive data. In addition to the photos on this page there is a link to 220 more detailed shots and six videos. This is an extremely rare and special vehicle, an incredible opportunity to own an automotive legend!
KNOWN ISSUES: Vacuum leak is prohibiting restored wipers from being operational. Ride control, cigar lighter, starter button are inoperable. The existing key hole in dash has been set up to use to start in place of the start button. Clock and speedometer are inop as well as the auxiliary fuel pump that has been added to assist in starting after long periods of sitting. Braking is fair but it does pull slightly to the right. Car has normal seepage as you would expect.