1934 Packard 1108, 12, Sport Phaeton, LeBaron at 2010 Concours d'Elegance in Kirkland, WA. Most of the 1108 series Packards were given factory produced bodies. Only a handful received custom coachwork by such greats as shown here. The Sport Phaeton, a dual-cowl model that sold for $7,065, was more than enough to buy a fine home. Despite the size and the 5,130-pound heft, the LeBaron phaeton lived up to the “Sport” part of its name via a long hood and body, low roof, streamlined fenders and rear deack. Only 960 Twelves of all types were built for 1934, making the LeBaron Sport Phaeton very rare.