1935 Packard Twelve Convertible Coupe with coachwork by Dietrich Inc, (in name only). I’m usually a huge proponent of dual side-mounted spares, but I really enjoy this design with the single rear-mounted spare. Starting in 1935, it was more common to have a single paint color for the fenders and body. If you see a 1935 model, or later, Packard with a two tone paint scheme, original paperwork/build sheet would be required to prove it’s authenticity and gain acceptance in the car field, as factory paint schemes went to single color motifs at this time. I’m referring to the Classic Era only, for the record. The one above looks right, and it is quite tasteful.