This 1934 1107 Packard was a birthday present from Mrs. Charles G. Jackson to her husband in 1950 and had 20,000 miles and completely original. The current owner flew to Kansas City, Kansas and purchased the car on September 7th of 1977. The seats and door panels were in usable condition as was the black paint and chrome. The wooden artillery wheels with faded maroon paint and black pin stripes were in remarkable condition.
The current owner sold the car on October 26th of 1983 and re-purchased it again on June 10th of 1989. It was later sold to a friend and re-purchased in March 2007, with 60,424 miles on the odometer. In Ed Blend's book 'The Magnificent Packard Twelves of Nonet3een Thirty Four,' he lists four 731 model Phaetons, with this examples being the highest serial number, 731-16. Blend mentions the possibility of 10 units being made. Affixed to the right glove box is the original Proving Ground sticker which reads: AF #768 at Proving Grounds, date: 3-29-34.