🔍 partially reviewed


1930 - 1930
United States

🗃 Luxury car

Offered in three models, the Standard Eight, Custom Eight,[2] and De Luxe Eight,[3] it was powered by a low-compression aluminum-head[4] L-head inline eight[5] producing 90 bhp (67 kW)[6] (hence the name).[7] Packard ads bragged the engine "floated" on new rubber mounts.[8] Power would be upgraded to 110 hp (82 kW) in 1932[9] and 120 hp (89 kW) in 1933.[10]
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