The design stylings of Raymond Dietrich are most recognized in his custom Packard designs of the 1903s. The 1934 Packard Twelve Convertible Victoria is perhaps the most respected. The Packard Twelves were positioned to compete with the likes of Cadillac and Lincoln even during the depths of the Great Depression.
The automobile was named for its engine, originally named the "Twin Six", but was rebadged the "Twelve" to enhance its image of great power. The 1934 model had a distinctive V-shaped grille and long cowl.
This 1:43 scale diecast model has a removable top and tonneau cover, and the wheels turn and roll. The model comes in red with a tan top and is limited to 299 editions. The model comes boxed for safekeeping with an information sheet. It sets on a display mantle with an attractive nameplate.
This flagship Packard exemplifies class, style, and all that is classic automobilia!