The three other Light Eight body styles cost $1,795 each. Packard managed to sell 6,785 units of its new model. In comparison, 7,669 units of the Standard Eight were sold during the shorter model run, from 23 June 1932, until 5 January 1933. The automaker had lower profits from the Light Eight compared with the Standard Eight. Driving lights, bumper guards, chrome wire wheels, backup lights, plus spotlight and clock. 1950 Packard Custom 8 Victoria Convertible. Private collection car for over 32 years. Extremely rare, only 77 produced, only 3 known to exist. Original price of $4520 in 1950. Flathead 356/160 HP 8 cylinder which weighed over 1/2 ton. The National Packard Museum. 1899 Mahoning Ave N.W. Warren, Ohio 44483. Tuesday - Saturday, 12pm - 5 pm. Sunday, 1pm - 5p, Scheduled events open to the public. Get directions.