1932 Packard Twin Six Model 906 Convertible Sedan with custom coachwork by Dietrich. I’m going to venture that this was a very early production Twin Six, as the trunk rack does not have the large red circle cloisonne “Twin Six” badge, like that on the hubs. It’s nice to see a chromed radiator shell and chrome side mount inserts over the sidewalls. The chromed radiator shell was more common than you’d think, it’s just that today most of these classics are restored with them painted, so as to elongate the hood line even more. I enjoy them both painted and chromed, but for decidedly different reasons.