Here is an incredibly rare 1930 Packard 733 Roadster! Powered by a straight 8 backed by a 3 speed manual, this this will glide down the road. You can haul up to four people with the rumble seat! This Packard has been in the same family since 1965, the history before that includes two other owners. The car was bought by Harlin Morrison who then sold it to Herman Anderson in order to pay for schooling. Herman Anderson sold it to the current owner's father in 1965. The car has had a restoration in 1976 through 1978 by Vern Betz from Davenport Iowa. At that time, the engine was rebuilt, the car was painted, and a new radiator core was put in, among other things. In 1994 this Packard won second place at the Grand Nationals in it's class. Not much more is known about the car other than it is very rare and in good shape, especially for a car that has been restored once in 78 years! Please, call 800-231-3616 for additional details.