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We offer here a fine example of a barn-find of one of the most sought after vehicles from the era of the elegant classics. The new Cord premiered in 1936 with its updated design featuring rounded body panels, “coffin” hood, and absent running-boards, all in the name of improved aerodynamics. Powered by a 289 CID V8 Lycoming engine with aluminum heads and downdraft Stromberg carburation, this naturally aspirated motor put out 125 horsepower and was a huge stride ahead of its time. An early ancestor of today’s front wheel drive cars, the cord also sported hide-away headlamps, locking fuel door and an aviation style, machine jeweled dash jammed full of gauges, switches and controls. This particular vehicle was purchased by its previous owner in 1957 out of South Dakota, stored away and added to his accumulated stash of collector classics. It was retained by the family as a favorite amongst several others while most of the collection was liquidated by estate auction in the early 1990’s. This car has never been restored and is not without faults. The vehicle runs and drives in its present condition even without restoration. Much of this car will undoubtedly need to be restored if you want it to shine like new. As you can see from the pictures, this true barn find has survived remarkably well including the original paint and interior. More important than its nice condition is the fact that the car is nearly complete so if you desire a restored classic, all you need is some mechanical tinkering, a bit of body work, a few pieces of glass and a splash of new paint. No one piloting this American built luxury car along the roads and highways can escape the stares and thumbs-up attention this fine example of one of the most recognizable and timeless classics receives.
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