1936' Cord 810 Phaeton
Châssis # : 810227OH
Moteur # FB1342
It was in 1929 when the Cord brand was founded by Errett Lobban Cord. He acquired Auburn in 1924 and later Duesenberg.
The first model produced, the L29, will forever mark the automotive history. It is the first production car with traction, well before the Citroën. After the production of more than 5,000 cars, the L29 was replaced by the 810. This new model was launched in 1935 at various motor shows in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Its style is in total break with the L29. The design is very influenced by the Art Deco style.
The car offered was imported to France in the 80s. In 1989 it was acquired by its former owner, the car was then already restored.
It will be kept in his private collection for almost 30 years.
The white bodywork is in very good condition, as is the dark brown interior.
Recently the car has been completely overhauled and is in excellent working order.
The car is sold with a collection gray card
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- 24 May 2020