This elegant Packard is the first convertible Victoria that Packard produced in 1934. A gentleman from Tiburon, California, purchased it new on August 3, 1934. The cheapest Twelve cost six times the most expensive Ford. Its well-heeled customers e....[continue reading]
This 1934 Packard Twelve Factory Custom Five-Passenger Coupe with chassis number 737-24 and engine number 902412 was sold new to the Q.H. Ball Packard Company of Troy, N.Y. on July 21st, 1934. It was accompanied by a bill for $6800. It was ordered ....[continue reading]
Chassis Num: 902172
This 1934 Packard Twelve Runabout Speedster with coachwork in the style of Lebaron sits atop a 135 inch wheelbase and powered by a twelve cylinder engine. Meaning this vehicle has a Packard eight-cylinder chassis but the engine of the Packard Twelve....[continue reading]
The Packard V12 had a 160 horsepower, 445.5 cubic-inch engine with banks of cylinders at 67-degrees, and was produced from 1932 through 1939. Total production in eight years was about 7,000 units. This car was purchased new by the City of New York ....[continue reading]
There are only a handful of cars which earn universal acclaim in the world of car collecting, and the Packard LeBaron Runabout Speedster is one of those cars. These beautiful automobiles were the advance styling leaders for the following three years....[continue reading]
The Packard Twelve was, in many ways, the signature car of the Classic Era. One of the most influential and respected designers of the day was Ray Dietrich, and Packard became one of Dietrich's best customers.....[continue reading]
The Packard Twelve was produced from 1933 to 1939 with over 35,000 examples produced. It is considered by many to be one of the finest automobiles produced by Packard and one of the most significant creations of the classic car era. The long and flowing front hood hid a 445 cubic-inch side-valve twelve cylinder engine that was refined, powerful, smooth, and quiet.