1935 Packard Twelve Sport Phaeton

During the Classic Era, the dual-cowl phaeton was the most impressive body style, combining imposing size, magnificent proportions, and a touch of boldness in a uniquely appealing way. However, as the 1930s rolled around, automakers began replacing phaetons with convertibles that offered improved all-weather functionality. As a result, Packard produced only four authentic dual-cowl sport phaetons on their Twelfth Series Twelve chassis, and this is one of them.

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