You know you want it!
Apologies to my non-car loving friends. But for those that are, feel free to share on any club pages you are part of (that allow it).
Yep, I could definitely make room for this.
1934 PACKARD TWELVE SPORT COUPE BY LEBARON
This 1934 Packard Twelve Sport Coupe by LeBaron Series 1106. Body Style 4070. 160 bhp, 445.5 cu. in. modified L-head ...V-12 engine, three-speed selective synchromesh manual transmission, vacuum-assisted clutch, shaft drive with a hypoid rear axle, front and rear leaf-spring suspension, and four-wheel vacuum-assisted mechanical drum brakes on a 135 inch wheelbase chassis. The 1934 New York Auto Show car and the last of four Packard Twelve Sport Coupes built. An award winning CCCA Full Classic® that has shown at numerous concours and an AACA is national car.
Packard’s most beautiful automobiles of the 1930s were arguably produced as part of the Eleventh Series and boasted the first hints of streamlining with slightly angled radiator shell, deeply skirted fenders, and vee’d headlamp lenses. The 12-cylinder models of this series were the ultimate Packards, and the versions designed by Alexis de Sakhnoffsky and built by LeBaron were among the finest. These cars featured the latest in aerodynamics, including separate sensuously rounded pontoon fenders, curved running boards nearly blended into the body, and tapered tails.
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Courtesy of RM Sotheby's ©2014 Darin Schnabel