Rare and desirable Packard Twelve with stunning coachwork by Dietrich. Recent cosmetic restoration, fully serviced and ideal for enjoyment on the road or show field.
One of the most desirable of all pre-war Packards, this 1934 1107 Dietrich Convertible Victoria is a fabulous example, fresh from a high-quality cosmetic restoration and mechanical refurbishment. Presented in a beautiful shade of metallic gunmetal gray, this is a finely detailed and breathtaking example of Packard’s pre-war tour de force. The subject of a recent bare-metal respray, the paint is finished to a high standard, and the extensive chrome trim was recently polished or re-plated as needed. Darker shades such as this suit the shape particularly well, and with the maroon chassis and medium gray fabric soft top, the effect is quite striking. Accessories include dual side-mount spare wheels with painted steel covers, chrome trumpet horns and the Goddess of Speed mascot, generally reserved for the most sporting Packard models. The fluid-filled, weighted bumpers (which acted to reduce vibration on rough roads) are rebuilt and carefully detailed. In addition to the paintwork, some of the structural woodwork was replaced where necessary, while the rest of the structure was thoroughly inspected.