1938 Packard Twelve

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EngineV-12, 473 cubic-inches, 175 HP
Body StyleConvertible Victoria
Exterior ColorChinese Red

The Packard Twelve set the standard for refinement, class and distinction. This magnificent automobile is a 59,000 mile original Classic that was only repainted in 1995 in its original color of Chinese Red. It has had only four owners since new. The donors owned and maintained this automobile for more than thirty-five years. Note the outstanding original interior. Among the unusual features of this car are dash, bumper supports and hubcap trim stripes painted in body color. The Twelve was available in two wheelbases and fourteen body styles. This body style was the most expensive of the 1607 series at $5,320. A total of 566 Packard Twelves were produced in 1938. This car is truly a masterpiece of the late Classic Era. The wheelbase measures 134.5 inches, and the car weighs 5,345 pounds.

Upholstery and interior

Black leather seating, tan carpeting, Chinese Red dashboard

Engine

Original Engine: Yes

Monoblock

Brakes

Four-wheel hydraulic brakes

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