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OAKVILLE, ONT

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I don't want to put a plug in for these guys but thought some of you would like to see this new glass body.

  Randy

 

http://cgi.ebay.ca/ebaymotors/Coffin-Nose-Speedster-1936-Cord-810-812-Fiberglass-Street-Rod-Body-Kit-/191109746981?_uhb=1&pt=US_Cars_Trucks&hash=item2c7f075125&forcev4exp=true#ht_853wt_1378



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http://cgi.ebay.ca/ebaymotors/Coffin-Nose-Speedster-1936-Cord-810-812-Fiberglass-Street-Rod-Body-Kit-/191109746981?_uhb=1&pt=US_Cars_Trucks&hash=item2c7f075125&forcev4exp=true#ht_853wt_1378

 



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There was an original coupe last fall on Kijij for 35 Mint shape . Was surprised How long it took to sell. 



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Cord Coffin Nose Speedster 1936 Cord 810 Street Rod
 
 
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Cord Coffin Nose Speedster 1936 Cord 810 Street Rod

 


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Someone near where I grew up had one of those Cords (a real one). If I am correct, they were the first front wheel drive cars. Never saw it on the road, the owner had a 70-72 convertible Cutlass for driving fun.

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I took one of Ron Covell's metal shaping courses in Covington Ohio a few years back. The shop that the class was held in specialized in reproducing the front fenders for these Cords. I didn't even know there were so many of these built that would warrant making aftermarket parts for it.Very cool and unique looking car. I think they were supercharged.

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hemi43 wrote:

I took one of Ron Covell's metal shaping courses in Covington Ohio a few years back. The shop that the class was held in specialized in reproducing the front fenders for these Cords. I didn't even know there were so many of these built that would warrant making aftermarket parts for it.Very cool and unique looking car. I think they were supercharged.


            Thanks for that biggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin



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hemi43 wrote:

I took one of Ron Covell's metal shaping courses in Covington Ohio a few years back. The shop that the class was held in specialized in reproducing the front fenders for these Cords. I didn't even know there were so many of these built that would warrant making aftermarket parts for it.Very cool and unique looking car. I think they were supercharged.


 812's were supercharged, 810's were not

Powered by the Lycoming V8 from the L29 and were front wheel drive



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