1936 Cord 810

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EngineV-8, 289 cubic-inches, 125 HP
Body StyleConvertible Coupe
Exterior ColorCigarette Cream
Interior ColorBlack

The 1936 Cord 810 has been called America’s most beautiful automobile. The Cord is one of the most striking and influential designs in automotive history. This wonderful design came from the brilliant mind of Gordon Buehrig who conceived this masterpiece at the age of thirty. The Cord was recognized at the time of its introduction as being very different than any other automobile. Mr. Buehrig always said that he had designed the Cord to look right. One look at his creation reveals the fact that you are in the presence of greatness. This Cord 810 was owned by Andrew Adler, a passionate car collector who donated three automobiles to the museum upon his death. This 1936 Cord has a 1937 supercharger retrofitted to its original engine.

The wheelbase is 125 inches. Weighs 3,740 lbs.

Upholstery and interior

Pleated leather


L-head. Cast iron block, aluminum cylinder heads.

This Cord has had a 1937 supercharger added to its original engine. In its supercharged form, the engine produces 170 horsepower.

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