Packard Eight Sedan 1948 BOEING STEARMAN zw.psd
With a long history as a manufacturer of quality luxury automobiles, Packard has produced a lot of the most desirable and practical cars in the world. The Packard Eight sedans represent an extreme version of this. Developed in 1948, these two-door sedans have been known as the "business sedan" for their practicality and elegance. A great way to showcase the prestige of the Packard brand is to own a vintage automobile like this.
This luxurious sedan has been designed with a low-sloped roof to provide the driver with an excellent view of the road and to protect his or her feet from freezing in the snow. The front air dam has been purposely set higher to allow more air to flow through the cabin. This helps to keep the temperature balanced inside the cabin, even during the summer months. For the ultimate in luxury, the floor is also elevated to add to the feeling of being above the road. The car's suspension system is flexible enough to handle both standard and Deluxe models.
This two-door sedan comes with all the standard features of a luxury car such as a CD player, power steering, automatic sunroof, and tilt and swivel seats. A variety of high definition audio systems with subwoofers are available, as well as luxury appointments such as heated front upholstery, leather wrapped trim, and alloy wheels. It also has two seating choices, including a full-length leather seats in either black or red or a plush leather interior in either color. Both seats have been specially made to allow for a high level of air flow. Standard equipment includes a 5-speed automatic transmission and front airbags along with side-curtain airbags. Standard safety features include air bags, stability control, and dual-threshold safety belts.