The 1934 Packards incorporated many improvements and are rightly regarded by owners of classic Packards as the ultimate expression of the marque’s development. Quiet, refined and elegant while still being powerful and extremely competent on the road, the 1934 series of Packards was the last to employ classic design elements.
This 1934 Packard Super Eight is a particularly attractive Club Sedan. It is believed to have been delivered new in California and was thoroughly and correctly restored by marque specialists, also in California, about fifteen years ago. Featured on the cover and in a salon article in the Winter 1998 issue of Packards International, it was also awarded CCCA Senior at the 2004 California Grand Classic. Since then, it has been very well maintained and has been lightly but regularly used while being consistently maintained.
Finished in dark brown with gold coachlines, it has a beige cloth interior, painted wire wheels with trim rings and chrome hub caps, wide whitewall tires, dual sidemount spares with mirrors, painted grille shell, unique to 1934 Packard headlamps, dual horns and a rear-mounted trunk rack. This car’s presentation even fifteen years after its restoration is a testament to the quality of the work that was put into it. A gorgeous, correct car, it is showable and will be delightful on tours or weekend excursions. Just as important as its condition is the fact that this is a 1934 example, what many consider to be both the pinnacle of Packard’s eight-cylinder automobiles and the marque’s most beautiful year in terms of styling.
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