(Stati Uniti 1937)
Prior to the second world war, Packard was a leading American maker of aristocratic cars with straight-eight and V12 engines whose impeccable style, elegance and top-quality worksmanship gave them an image on a par with the limousines being produced in Europe. This example has an eight-cylinder power plant and independent front suspensions.
|Max power output:||125 CV a 3200 giri/min.|
|Max speed:||120 km/h|