The Packard Twelve passenger car was designed in the early 1930s and quickly became the top of the Packard model range. It featured a V-shape, 12-cylinder 175hp engine. Series 14 was in production since 1936. Some featured a 144” wheelbase (Series 1408) and closed seven-seat limousine bodies. Several were purchased for the Soviet Special Garage, which served the government. During WWII one was used by I.V. Stalin.
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Skill Level: 3
- Painting and assembly required
- 6 sprues
- Molded in tan
- Clear parts
- Detailed interior and chassis
- Includes five figures ‘Stalin & Co’
- Detailed wheel assembly
- Illustrated instructions and paint guide
A. Packard Twelve (Model 1936), Special Purpose Garage, Moscow, 1945
Flat Light Blue
Light Ghost Grey