1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Stationary Coupe | Concours of Elegance Windsor Castle 2016

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About:  The 1108 was the longest of three chassis offered in 1934 for the 11th Series Packard Twelve reserved for the most luxurious models. Like all 11th Series Packards, the Model 1108 featured a V12 engine producing a very capable 160 bhp.  A Dietrich design, called a Two-Passenger Stationary Coupe to distinguish it from the more practical Coupe Roadster, is one of only five known to survive. While built on the long 147-inch-wheelbase, it could only accommodate two adults and their luggage.  (Owned by Samuel Lehrman.)

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