Packard 902 Standart Eight Coupe (1:18, BoS)

  • Packard 902 Standart Eight Coupe (from 1932)
  • BoS
  • 1:18
  • Showcase model / No engine
  • resin
  • ligth yellow-black
  • Perfect mint condition
  • Original packaging exists
  • Not for sale
Limited to 1.000 pieces
 
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The Elegant Classic: Packard 902 Standart Eight Coupe

The Packard 902 Standart Eight Coupe, produced from 1932-1934, is a true classic of American automotive history. Designed by renowned designers Raymond Dietrich and Werner Gubitz, this vehicle is part of the seventh generation of the Packard series and stood for technology, luxury, and performance. The 902 was equipped with a straight-eight engine that produced 110 HP at 3,200 rpm, and featured innovative technical features like a synchromesh four-speed transmission and hydraulic brakes. The Packard 902 Standart Eight Coupe was a direct successor to the Packard 901 model and set new standards in the automotive industry of the time.

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Detailed Scale Model in 1/18 Scale

The model car presented here in 1/18 scale, manufactured by BoS, represents the Packard 902 Standart Eight Coupe in an impressive manner. This replica is made of high-quality resin, ensuring extremely precise detail accuracy. Special attention was paid to the realistic representation of the hood, headlights, and the intricate grille, all faithfully recreated. This BoS model car is part of the collection of Modelly member "Play-X" and impresses with its authentic color scheme in a classic two-tone design. The body is presented in an elegant yellow with black fenders and color-coordinated, fully chromed trim strips that give the vehicle its characteristic look.

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Technical Data and Facts of the Original

The Packard 902 Standart Eight Coupe was designed as a luxury car and featured a number of technical refinements that were far ahead of its time. It had a top speed of around 85 mph (137 km/h) and a torque of 217 lb-ft (294 Nm) at 1,200 rpm. Notable innovations included the comprehensive instrument panel with displays for speed, fuel level, oil pressure, and coolant temperature. The suspensions consisted of leaf springs and hydraulic dampers, providing a comfortable driving experience. Also worth mentioning is the involvement of engineers like Jesse G. Vincent, who played a significant role in engine development, and the high manufacturing quality that made Packard one of the leading luxury car manufacturers in the USA.

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Historical Milestones of the Production Year

To better understand the chronological context of the Packard 902 Standart Eight Coupe, let's take a look at some significant events from the production year of 1932. In that year, political unrest in Germany arose in the midst of the Great Depression, leading to Hitler becoming Chancellor, and the famous song "All of Me" by Louis Armstrong was released. These examples help to better understand the age of the vehicle and the historical context in which it was created. This period was characterized by economic challenges, but also by cultural highlights and technological innovations that framed the emergence of this remarkable vehicle.


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