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1937 CORD WESTCHESTER 289 CID Flathead V8 125hp Engine Front Wheel Drive with Independent Front Suspension Semi-Automatic 4-Speed Transmission with Bendix Electric Hand Shifter Maroon Bench Seat Leather Interior with Upholstered Door Panels ""Coffin-Nose"" Front End with Polished Wraparound Horizontal Bars Hidden Door Hinges and Rear-Hinged Hood Pontoon Fenders with Hidden Headlamps Variable-Speed Windshield Wipers Lockable Fuel Filler Door Engine-Turned Dashboard with Complete Edg
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1937 CORD 812 SUPERCHARGED CUSTOM BERLIN 1937 CORD 812 SUPERCHARGED CUSTOM BERLINE The Berline was built as a chauffeur-driven personal limousine, featuring a 132-inch wheelbase, 7 inches longer than a standard 812. The Custom series examples were slightly taller, recognizable by the addition of an eighth louver in the grille. A Stromberg AA25 duplex carburetor fed 289 cubic inch (4739cc) Lycoming L-head V8 Supercharged under the hood, with a front mounted 4-speed electrically-selected semi-automatic gearbox, and L29 Front Drive " making it the first mass-produced front wheel
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1936 CORD 810 SPORTSMAN CONVERTIBLE This 1936 Cord 810 Sportsman Convertible is a beautifully restored, concours award-winning example with southern history. Established in 1929, the Cord Corporation, was the namesake holding company for Errett Lobban "E.L." Cord's automotive ventures, including his shares in the Auburn Automobile Co. and Dusenberg, Inc., and the Lycoming Mfg. Co. among others. Shortly after the establishment of the Cord Corporation, the company began producing its first automobile in June 1929 with the Cord namep
$179,995
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1936 CORD 810 ACD Certified Category 1. Serial number 2387F, Engine FC3131, Unit 1387, Body C92 131, Supercharger V 1283. Formerly owned by ACD president Paul Bryant. Older restoration with brand new top and radials. Rare Cord thats wonderful for touring. Yes, we know there were no supercharged Cords in 1936-this one apparently had the supercharger and attendant side pipes installed sometime in the 1950s. It did not stop it from being certified by the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Club, as it still has its original
$199,900
1937 CORD PHAETON CONVERTIBLE 1937 Cord Phaeton Convertible. Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884. Absolutely Beautiful. Restored. 2014 CCCA (Classic Car Club of America) Winner. “Collectible Automobile” Magazine feature car. “Good Guys” Memory Lane Award Winner. Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) “FULL CLASSIC”. Gordon Buehrig’s Automotive Design Masterpiece. The Cord 810 is full of innovations and automotive firsts. One of the most iconic automobile designs of all time. This Cord is ready to drive, show and enjoy. Excellent road
$174,900
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1937 CORD 812 A-C-D Certified Category 1. Serial number 1222H, Engine FB250, Unit 1267, Body C91 563. High-quality restoration in beautiful colors. Richardson axles and CV joints. Runs and shifts properly. A stunning Cord phaeton ready to show or tour.Gordon Buehrig's stunning Cord 810/812 is easily the most ground-breaking car of the 1930s. Cords were always mechanically innovative, featuring front-wheel-drive and hydraulic brakes from their inception, but when wrapped in the most dramatic bodywork of the er
$199,900
1936 CORD WESTCHESTER 1936 Cord 810 Westchester Sedan: Life-Long California Car This original 1936 Cord 810 Westchester Sedan is a life-long California car out of long term ownership. White with black interior. The car comes very complete and ready for straightforward restoration as it has been sitting in storage for several years. Not currently running. The Cord 810 featured a V-8 engine with innovative front wheel drive. One of the most easily recognised American cars of all time with its louvred 'coffin' nose,
$39,500
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