The Packard 12 was produced from 1933 to 1939. It is considered by many to be one of the finest automobiles produced by Packard and one of the most significant creations of the classic car era. The long and flowing hood hid a 455 cubic-inch side valve 12-cylinder engine that was refined, powerful, smooth and quiet. In 1935, Packard introduced more horse power and mechanical improvements. The suspension became more plush and comfortable while the steering became easier to operate. It was the sporting gentlemen’s automobile of choice, with small access doors to accommodate golf bags and a rumble seat for the caddy. This convertible coupe has earned a senior status by placing first in CCCA Car Shows in Scottsdale, Albuquerque and Pasadena. It has represented owner Donnie Crevier and Crevier Classic Car Company very well at recent Packard International shows. Given its limited production in 1935, this car is a real survivor and a beautiful piece of automotive history.