1934 Packard 1107 V-12 Club Sedan 445/160 HP V-12 engine

3 hits ID #8185


The V-12 models were split into two lines: the 1005 built on a 142-inch wheelbase, and the 147-inch wheelbase 1006. This emphasis on improved quality and the marvelous power of the V-12 engine left no doubt that the 1933 Packard Tenth Series V-12s were highly refined, thoroughly developed and manufactured to the highest quality-control standards. This 1933 Packard 1005 Club Sedan beautifully illustrates that fact in supremely elegant style. Its handsome Dark Pewter paint is complemented with wide whitewall tires on bright yellow-painted wire wheels wearing chromed trim rings and Packard-script center caps. Beneath the uniquely sculpted hood is the famed Packard 445/160 HP V-12 engine mated to the standard 3-speed manual transmission. Exterior accessories include the signature chromed Swan radiator mascot, fender-mounted lamps, chromed dual horns and a center-mount Pilot Ray articulated driving light. Finished in Light Brown corduroy fabric, the Club Sedan’s roomy interior features gorgeous burled-wood dash and doorsill accent panels and a driver-focused instrument cluster with Waltham gauges.


Make Packard
Model 1107 V-12 Club
Year 1934
Mileage 13275
Engine 445 CI
Interior Color Brown
Exterior Color Gray
Transmission Manual
Body Type Sedan
Number of Cylinders 12
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) 73618
Fuel Type Gasoline

$ 16000.00