1939 Packard Twelve Prestige Brochure

Packard was the first automobile company which produced a Twelve Cylinder Car in serial production. That was from 1915 until 1923. The car was called the Twin Six. 1924 Packard introduced the Straight Eight Engine, which replaced the Twin Six. In 1932 the Twin Six was reintroduced. In 1933 it was renamed in the Twelve and was produced until 1939. The brochure introduces you to the different body styles and the advanced technical features as well as the luxurious equipment.  


-          A Portfolio of Ten Luxurious Body Styles of the Twelve

-          Background on the Engine, the Chasssis,

-          Safe-T-flex Front Wheel Suspension, Steering, Transmission,

-          Hypoid Rear Axle, Expansion Tank,

-          zero Clearance between Rocker Arm and Valve Stems

-          Description of Details

-          Packard Specifications



-          High Quality Reprint

-          Full Color

-          51 Pages

-          Dimensions 11.7” x 8.3”

-          Paper Weight 115 lbs

-          Hardbound



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