Cord pioneered front wheel drive in production applications with the L-29 in the late 20's. The A-C-D company then created a "Baby" Duesenberg which became in 1936 the Cord 810 with front wheel drive, Lycoming V8 power and a legendary body design from Gordon Buehrig. A year later, in 1937, came modest changes as in this distinctive example of the beautiful Beverly 4-door sedan body style. Finished in Dark Blue with Blue leather interior piped in grey with a Dark Blue headliner with complementary Grey pinstripes, this is an older restoration done very thoroughly and carefully and right, obviously completed by someone who cared about the appearance and function of this Cord. The workmanship and presentation under hood is to the same high standards and the colors and materials chosen are tasteful and distinctive. The Dark Blue highlights the subtle harmonies of the Cord Beverly's Gordon Buehrig-designed body, making this a particularly attractive and desirable example.
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