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1934 Packard Bayliff Restomod Roadster

Vehicle Description

1934 Packard Bayliff Restomod Roadster

  • Recreation of a rare 1934 Packard 1107 Convertible Victoria
  • The Packard-styled banjo steering wheel
  • Two tone power leather seats
  • Aero shaped windshield surround,
  • Running lights
  • Chrome wire wheels and white walls
  • Reliable Gm drive train


C. Budd Bayliff, was a huge Packard enthusiast who purchased the rights to the Packard name and trademarks in 1978 and soon introduced a line of Packard Custom Sedan and Coupe replicars based on late-model GM passenger cars at his shop in Lima, Ohio. His replicas ranged from simple cosmetic changes to elaborate body modifications such as new front and rear body structures with early-1930s style clamshell front fenders with side-mounts and a separate trunk. This is a replica of a very rare 1934 Packard 1107 Convertible Victoria. This “ Golden age “ automobile is beautifully finished in bright red, over a tan leather interior and a tan top. This car has all the creature comforts of a modern day car with great classic style, banjo steering wheel, power windows, power seats, power steering, power brakes, running lights and a traditional manual folding top, The sleek swooping bodylines, custom Aero shaped windshield surround, chrome wire wheels, long hood and dazzling front grill is paramount, and is sure to conjure up memories of the glamorous glitz and glitter times of 1930’s Hollywood.

Vehicle Details

  • Auction: Amelia Island Select – 2015
  • Lot: 287
  • Status: Sold
  • Price: CONTACT US
  • Year: 1934
  • Make: Packard
  • Model: Restomod

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