Packard introduced the Light Eight for the 1932 model year. The Light Eight was a series of entry level priced luxury cars meant to make the Packard brand more accessible during the great depression. This new model was powered by a 5.2L inline eight engine, and available in four body styles: sedan, stationary coupe, roadster coupe, and sedan coupe. The Light Eight was not a huge success, and ended up being a negative move for Packard, so the company discontinued the model after just one year.
|1932 Packard 900 Light Eight Convertible Coupe||NOT SOLD||Jun 16, 2020|
|1932 Packard 900 Coupe Roadster||$94,600||Jun 01, 2019|
|1932 Packard Model 900 Light Eight Sedan||NOT SOLD||Apr 07, 2019|
|1932 Packard Light 8 Coupe Roadster||$214,500||May 17, 2018|
|1932 Packard Light Eight Coupe Roadster Conversion||NOT SOLD||Apr 07, 2018|
|1932 Packard Light Eight Coupe Roadster||$212,800||Jan 19, 2018|
|1932 Packard Light Eight||$88,000||Jun 26, 2016|