Thom Taylor on the website Hagerty writes:
Originally introduced in 1924, Packard’s eights were known for quality, high machining tolerances, durability, super-smooth idle, and torque-monster pull. To consumers they out-classed Cadillac and Lincoln, surviving the likes of Duesenberg, Marmon, and Pierce-Arrow, to lead the luxury field.
Nothing but the best for Harry!
Here's a detailed video by magician and automotive enthusiast David Charvet looking at a twin of this car in 2011.
Check out the posts below for more cars in Houdini's life.
- Houdini buys a Ford
- Under the hood of Houdini's Humber
- LINK: Newspaper Clipping About Houdini Proves The ‘Four-Door Coupe’ Is Nearly 100 Years Old