And now there are three: Swiss Diplomat Rudolf von Albertini took this Cabriolet to Colombia and the Packard never left. It has been well cared for and continuously driven. Unlike the other two surviving Graber Packards, this car is a well-preserved original. Total Graber Packard Eight production in 1934 was seventeen.
It's fourth owner (since 1982) has undertaken some freshening up in the last thirty years:
Originally delivered in Graber's trademark dark green, the fenders have been painted silver and the wire wheels peppy green; also new valves and a Stromberg carburetor rebuild from Kanter Brothers. The brake shoes were replaced as well. The car shows approximately 125,000 miles. It is equipped with European instrumentation (Liters & Kilometers).
The original dark green leather is in fine shape; a new top was installed but the original dark green liner was retained. New Wilton carpets give the interior a perfect upgrade.
The car is ready for test drives and full inspection.
Priced at $225,000 ex Colombia.
Please contact Gunther Hoyt, +540-230-4546; firstname.lastname@example.org
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