The Sixth Series 1929 Packard 640 offered power, performance and prestige that few could rival in the ultimate year of the Roaring Twenties. Today, its stature is recognized as a Full Classic ™ by the Classic Car Club of America. The low, sporty and imposing silhouette of the 640 sits on a 140-inch wheelbase and has the power of its 385 cubic inch 105 horsepower straight-eight to complement its sporting appearance. The Roadster in particular epitomizes Jazz Age performance and luxury, and this 1929 Packard 640 Custom Eight Roadster is a particularly fine example.
Finished in two-tone blue with a yellow coachline and lovely canework added on the doors, it also has a brown leather interior and tan cloth convertible top with matching top boot. Lavishly appointed and equipped in typical Packard fashion, it features chrome-plated disc wheels, chrome plated lock rings, Trippe lights, cowl lights, dual spotlights on the windshield frame, wind wings, dual sidemount spares with chrome rear view mirrors, stainless steel radiator stone guard, Adonis radiator mascot, folding windshield, rumble seat and golf bag door.
This beautiful 640 Roadster remained in one family for the last thirty years,
left-hand-drive 1929 packard 640 roadster blue cloth leather restored convertible