For many enthusiasts, the Packards of 1934 represent the best of American automotive design excellence in the pre-war era, and the powerful and refined 1107 Twelve sits at the pinnacle. This striking twelve-cylinder Convertible Sedan is one of just a handful of known examples, and is the 2nd of about a dozen similarly-bodied cars registered in Ed Blend’s The Magnificent Packard Twelve of Nineteen Thirty-Four. The subject of an older concours restoration, it has been well maintained in the years since, and is attractively presented in two-tone burgundy with matching leather trim and a black top. It needs little more than a press of the starter to enjoy, and is the ideal pick for Classic Car Club of America CARavan tours and similar road events, where the power and prestige of the Twelve can be appreciated to the fullest. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.
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