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My husband and I like car shows. When we were younger, we saw almost every one in our town (Fresno). Now we watch them on television. When the Army sent us to Alabama for training, we took the long way home to California. We went down to Florida and saw the Daytona 500 race. This was in 1962. So we watch the NASCAR races on TV and the Car Sales also. Thanks again for this beautiful picture of the Cord.
thanks Mariam. carolrobinson, Yes, E. L. Cord was the designer of this Cord automobile that is front wheel drive, and Wow , you ought to see the next model of Cord front wheel drive car. It had a Coffin shaped nose hood. Real Beautiful car.. model 810 built in '36, and model 812 built in '37. Designed by Gordon Buehrig,,,, who also designed the '51 Ford Victoria. That's why I know. Pat.
Here's your answer, carolrobinson:Search ResultsWeb resultshttps://en.wikipedia.org/en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Cord_(automobile)Cord (automobile) - WikipediaCord was the brand name of an American luxury automobile company from Connersville, Indiana, manufactured by the Auburn Automobile Company from 1929 to 1932 and again in 1936 and 1937. The Cord Corporation was founded and run by E. L. Cord as a holding company for his many transportation interests, including Auburn.And there is now an Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg Museum in Indiana. The Duesenberg is considered by many, the Queen of American autos, with Cord and Auburn not far behind.
I am not sure I have ever seen a picture of a Cord. How many years were they built, does anyone know? Are they even an American car? I sure like the looks of this beautiful automobile!
Well, I guess everyone's entitled to his or her opinion, but I for one LOVE the color! Sherry
I already have that photo of the '30 Cord L-29 Roadster with Woodlite head lights. in Lavender. Better than Purple.,, or Yuck Pink. Pat.
Hi dj, I'm with you on the color, even though I love lavender, but not on a car.I couldn't find any owner on this car, jet491. Perhaps @fyreline knows the answer.
Is this part of Clive Cussler's collection? He tends to vary colors a lot.
Love the car - the color leaves a LOT to be desired!!!! But, it can be repainted. :-))