When the Auburn Automobile Company was facing an ever growing well of red ink in 1924, they realized they needed to make a drastic maneuver in order to move a glut of unsold inventory if they had any hopes of saving the firm. Auburns were quality cars, but they were also staid and somewhat boring in .....
CORD Rare 1968 convertible Limited Edition
Cord is a US car brand manufactured by Auburn Automobile Company from 1929 until 1932 and again from 1936 until 1937. Further limited editions were made between of 1964-1970.
This particular Cord arrived from the United States to Finland in 2002. .....
1937 Cord Beverly Bustleback
..Beautiful Unique 1930's Styling
..4L60E Automatic Trans
..Fatman Front End
..Sandblasted to bare metal
..Prepped with Epoxy Primer
..Single Stage Cream Paint
..New Tan Ultra Leather Interior
1966 Cord 8 Sportsman Convertible
..Almost A Perfect Car
..#53 of Only 97 Built
..Glenn Pray 2nd Generation /
..Built by Cord Automobile Co
..Black Soft Top
..Oxblood Leather Interior
At first glance, the Cord 810/812 may not seem like a car born of the Great Depression. But during those anxious years, high end manufacturers were struggling to sell extravagant machines, as even the most wealthy of buyers shied away from flaunting their status quite as openly in public. Many manufacturers .....
Cord Phaeton 812 S/C Supercharged Convertable .This four seater convertable caused a sensation on its 1935 New York Motor show debut.It has an in line 4.7 litre eight cylinder supercharged engine producing 170 HP.Only 688 units of the supercharged version were produced.The car is presented in the .....
In the second half of the 1930s there were not many customers left for these very expensive cars and sales were very slow. In 1936 the Cord factory made one last attempt with a highly advanced car. Chief designer Gordon Buehrig gave the new Cord 810/812 a very dramatic design that stood out as a symbol .....
1930 CORD L29 CONVERTIBLE SEDAN
In the late 1920s, after successfully reorganizing Auburn and taking control of the company, Errett Lobban Cord decided to reward his efforts by building a car worthy of bearing his own name one that would compete with the likes of Lincoln, Packard and Stutz. In typical .....