1935 Packard Model 1208 Convertible Sedan | Lyon Air Musuem

1935 was the first year Packard built two separate lines of cars-the traditional "best possible automobile" Senior models, beloved of kings and film stars, and the newly introduced mid-priced "Junior" One Twenty line, for Packard customers with smaller budgets. This Packard Twelve is one of only 781 Senior models produced that year and well represents the "Boss of the Road" image expected from the Packard marque.

Manufacturer: 

Packard

Model: 

1208 Convertible Sedan

Engine Number: 

903522

Engine: 

V-12

Engine Displacement: 

474 cubic inch

Horse Power: 

175

Weight: 

5,620

Wheelbase: 

144"

Exhibit Type: 

  • Automobiles
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