The Packard Eight Sedan 1936 was a luxurious tourer, the classic embodiment of American craftsmanship. Finished in a beige, cream or black, this well-appointed, eight-passenger sedan was one of the most prestigious cars on the road. Its long, elegant profile and stately exterior epitomised the Packard motor company at its height. The Packard Eight's powerful 8-cylinder engine was capable of taking its passengers from 0 – 60 mph in 15.3 seconds, delivering exceptional acceleration, striking a smooth-running balance between power and quietness. High-end features included an interior push-button door opener, car radio, interior and exterior window trim in a "luxury maroon", roll-out side curtains, a chrome finished grille, a chrome-trimmed hood ornament, and dual rear-view mirrors. The car's interior was designed with the utmost comfort in mind. Depending on the trim level, passengers were presented with plush leather seats bolstered with walnut wood detailing, forward and rear glass partition dividers, adjustable rear-bench for extra passenger space, sheepskin rugs for extra sound-proofing, armrests for added comfort, oil lamps, and ashtrays. As an added touch, Packard delivered their cars with a complimentary toolkit, ensuring the vehicle's upkeep for years to come. This American-made sedan was the epitome of luxury for the time and is an enduring automotive icon of opulence.
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