1933 Packard Twelve Coupe-Roadster The Packard Tenth Series was introduced in January 1933. These Packard's were offered with a choice of three different engines: Standard Eight, Super eight and the renamed Packard twelve. The company's slogan, "Ask the Man Who Owns One" exuded the engineering and design prominence. The luxurious Packard twelve was the pinnacle of the 1933 model line. More than ample power was produced by the 445 cubic inch twelve cylinder engine. Records show that only 520 twelve cylinder cars were produced in this series. This award winning automobile is a 1005 series coupe-roadster with rumble seat. Packard was a favorite chassis for custom coach builders for which to design bodies. This most desirable body style is a superb example of the marque. Owners: Aaron and Valerie Weiss, San Marino, CA. Photographed at the Pacific Northwest Concours d'Elegance held September 7, 2014.