Packard 1930

 

Standard Eight
Custom Eight
DeLuxe Eight

726 Standard Eight Series (8 cyl., 320 cu.in., 90 h.p.; wb: 127 ½ in.)
  Sedan
  Chassis
733 Standard Eight Series (8 cyl., 320 cu.in., 90 h.p.; wb: 134 ½ in.)
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Sport Phaeton
  Touring
  Speedster
  Coupe
  Coupe
  Convertible Coupe
  Club Sedan
  Sedan
  Sedan Limousine
  Chassis
740 Custom Eight Series (8 cyl., 384.8 cu.in., 106 h.p.; wb: 140 ½ in.)
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Sport Phaeton
  Touring
  Coupe
  Coupe
  Convertible Coupe
  Club Sedan
  Sedan
  Sedan
  Sedan Limousine
  Chassis
745 De Luxe Eight Series (8 cyl., 384.8 cu.in., 106 h.p.; wb: 145 ½ in.)
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Sport Phaeton
  Touring
  Coupe
  Coupe
  Convertible Coupe
  Sedan
  Club Sedan
  Sedan
  Sedan Limousine
  Chassis
734 Speedster Eight Series (8 cyl., 384.8 cu.in.; wb: 134 in.)
  Roadster
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Victoria Coupe
  Sedan
  Chassis


 

Packard Custom Eight also known as 'Big Eight'. Engine has 3½ x 5 in. bore and stroke and develops 106 bhp. Wheelbase 140½ in. Companion model is DeLuxe Eight (wb 145½ in.); both were in production for one year from August 1929.
Packard Standard Eight. Ten body styles available on this 134½-in. wb chassis, which was in production from 20 August 1929 until 14 August 1930. Prices varied from $2425 for 401 Phaeton and 402 Roadster to to $2775 for 405 Limousine. A companion model on 127½-in. wb chassis was the Model 726 which, however, was only available with one body style (403 Sedan, $2375). Prices shown are those at time of introduction.



 

 


 


 


 

  


 

 

 


 


 


 


Speedster

 


 


 


 


745 Victoria Coupé