1934 Packard Twelve 1107 Club Sedan

The 1934 Eleventh Series is widely regarded by many Packard enthusiasts as the pinnacle of the brand’s pre-war design achievements. Whether it was the Standard Eight or the flagship Twelve, all 1934 Packards shared a remarkable and sophisticated form that positioned them among the most desirable cars in America.

While the design of the 11th Series bore similarities to its predecessor, the 10th Series, subtle enhancements such as the gracefully curved front fenders added a more substantial and glamorous presence. Underneath the surface, mechanical improvements were relatively modest but nonetheless significant, cementing its position as a leader in the esteemed and prestigious class of automobiles.

At the pinnacle of the lineup was the Twelve, exuding a blend of elegance, power, and grace that continues to epitomize the classic era. The Twelve range also offered various options across three different wheelbases, with the 1107 model boasting an impressive 142″ wheelbase and a choice of 11 different body configurations.

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