In 1934 Packard offered three distinct chassis for the 11th series Packard Twelve of which the 1107 was the between the short 1106 and longer 1108.
Like all of the 11th series Packard’s, the Model 1108 featured the smooth-running V12 engine which produced a capable 160 bhp.
For the 1934 range Packard redesigned the fenders which are characterized by extending to the front bumper. Inside Packard also had a redesigned dashboard that could accommodate the optional factory radio.
Some consider the 11th series the last of the classic Packards since it was the last year to have slender windshield posts and chrome front headlights.