Packard built a total of 311 Model 905s with nine body styles available.
This 1932 Packard is powered by the new Twin Six, V-12, 445 cubic-inch engine, developing 160 horsepower. It is equipped with a three-speed manual transmission and has a top speed of 95 mph. It sold for about $4,771 new.
The 1932 Packard cost $1,000 more than its equivalent Cadillac competitor. In 1932, Packard outsold Cadillac by 4,844 against only 3758 for Cadillac.
With its elegant V-shaped radiator, tapered headlights and aircraft-style instrument panel, the Twin Six carried the style of the future.Also photographed at :