Packard Six 433 Sedan Limousine

The Fourth Series six-cylinder Packard, now called simply “Six,” was introduced in August 1926. The engine benefited from a new “Turbo-Head” with redesigned combustion chambers that boosted horsepower to 81.


New aluminum pistons and a redesigned intake manifold contributed to the improved performance. They were also the first production automobile with a hypoid differential, which allowed for a lower ride height.

The “Six” was really hitting its stride, outselling model “Eights” four to one and resulting in a four-month waiting list.

The total production of the “Six 433” in 1927 was 10,934 units.

Photo: Z.Patera Auta5P, Sraz HV Chomutov 2016+2014+2008 + archiv Auta5P


POWER - CONTROL - PERFOMANCE
- $2,885 (1927) - 4730 ccm - 6 cylinders in line
- Normal - 81 HP at 3200 rpm
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- 4134 lb - 3M
- - 75 mph
- 1927 - Wheelbase: 133 in
- Four-wheel drum brakes. -
- 33 x 5.7 -
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