Dressed in a brilliant black finish with red accents throughout.
Classic Car Club of America is pleased to offer this stunning 1928 Packard 533 Runabout for your consideration. The Packard’s timeless appeal is further accented by a brilliant black finish that shines at all angles and hugs every curve on this classic. This unique and fully restored example is currently listed for $125,000. No expense was spared on this build and that’s quite evident from the immaculate exterior and interior, to the smooth driving experience that’s practically like new. One look at this beauty and it’s not hard to see why this is a truly special vehicle with a lot of history and TLC. After all, Packards were a sign of wealth and distinction at the time, and their reputation has only risen as these elegant machines have grown rarer.
The example you see here is pristine. It’s sporting a stunning black finish with red accents throughout. The interior features high-end red leather for further contrast and elegance. This 1928 Packard 533 Runabout wears a black top with red piping to continue the refined color combination. The car runs and drives like new. It was treated to a fresh award-winning ground-up restoration, completed by a Fourth Generation Packard Team.
Packards have always been focused on providing quality motoring and a premium experience. Everything from the bodywork, paint job, wheels, lights, and other components were professionally put together and emit an elegance like no other. The Runabout body style is one of the most iconic and versatile automobile forms of that era. You have an open roadster for when you want to show off and feel the wind in your hair, and a foldable rumble seat for extra passengers or cargo. For added weather protection, the canvas top folds up with the factory-correct side curtains to fully button-up this sophisticated classic.
Gallery: 1928 Packard 533 Runabout Gets Award-Winning Restoration
Packard was an American luxury automobile built by the Packard Motor Car Company in Detroit, Michigan. The first Packards were produced in 1899, and the last Detroit-built Packard left the assembly floor in 1956, when they built the Packard Predictor, their last concept car.
If you have been in the market for a vintage car that exudes elegant styling with a unique flair, you should have a look at this 1928 Packard 533 Runabout. Whether you want to just add it to your collection, take it to car shows, or merely use it for cruising, this Packard beauty will put many of smiles on your face for years to come.