Collectors recognize that the 1934 Packard’s are the best driving, handling, comfortable and most desirable of all Classic Packard’s. Not only superbly designed with skirted front fenders in the design spirit of the times the 1934 Packard’s incorporate the beginnings of streamlining with a veed-radiator and other subtle concessions to smoother airflow. This 1934 Super Eight Coupe Roadster has dual enclosed side-mounts, a cormorant hood ornament, Trippe driving lights, trunk rack, red wire wheels with trim rings and wide whitewall tires and an exhaust turndown deflector. An older restoration, it is finished in black with a contrasting red interior and tan cloth top and is a great running, driving car as is only appropriate to complement the superb design of the 1934 Packard Super Eight. It really needs no further explanation or discussion: it is a quality older restoration of a 1934 Packard Super Eight Coupe Roadster with rear-mounted spare. It is spectacular.