Car of the Week: 1934 Packard Model 1100

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Car of the Week 2020
The split bumper was a new look for Packard in 1934. The “skirted” front fenders debuted in 1933 and carried over to ’34. This sedan does not sport the optional sidemounts. The wire wheels and chrome trim rings were both stylish options.

The split bumper was a new look for Packard in 1934. The “skirted” front fenders debuted in 1933 and carried over to ’34. This sedan does not sport the optional sidemounts. The wire wheels and chrome trim rings were both stylish options.

Paul Kammann’s second choice turned out to be a pretty darn good first Packard.

Kammann owns three pre-war Packards these days — along with a few other wonderful machines — and it’s his 1934 Model 1100 that really kicked off his love affair with the brand. And it was a car that he wound up with almost on accident.

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