1934 Packard Super Eight Coupe Roadster

The 1934 Packards, also known as the Eleventh Series, are widely regarded as the pinnacle of the company’s pre-war endeavors, with the Super Eight Coupe Roadster being particularly coveted among that year’s models. The car’s sleek design was influenced by a semi-custom blueprint provided by LeBaron in 1931, featuring a convertible top that neatly tucks into the body.

The vehicle’s exceptional engineering and craftsmanship are evidenced by its smooth inline-eight engine that produces 145 horsepower, and its 142-inch-wheelbase chassis, equipped with Ride Control suspension and Bijur automatic lubrication, makes for a delightful driving experience, as well as an aesthetically pleasing one. Such features were appreciated by buyers at the time, as well as by present-day enthusiasts who admire the car’s timeless charm.

Photo Source: RM Sotheby’s