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  • RefCode: TA1146258
  • Make: CORD
  • Model: 812
  • Derivative: SUPERCHARGED PHAETON
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,937
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 9th Mar 2019 - RM Sotheby's - Amelia Island Auction

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Amelia Island event, 8 - 9 March 2019. Factory-supercharged example with its original engineFormer long-term California enthusiast ownershipAward-winning older restoration in beautiful factory-correct colorsACD Club Certified Category One (C-219) The Duesenberg Model J had become available with a supercharger in 1932. Three years later, the eight-cylinder Auburn could also be had with a blower. All that was left was to fit the engine to the new Cord of 1936. A year later, as the 810 evolved into the 812 with production fully underway, the Auburn Automobile Companys most flamboyant line received supercharged power as a popular $415 option on all models.Lycoming began with the 810s stock V-8 engine, revising the design with a modified firing order, lowered compression ratio, more extreme camshaft grind, and a unique, larger Stromberg AA-25 carburetor. The engine exhaled through a functional chrome side exhaust, an identifying mark of all supercharged Auburnproducts that was believed to have been added to the Cord by stylist Alex Tremulis, later of Tucker fame, and was engineered into being by none other than August Duesenberg.The supercharged Cord had a factory-quoted power output of 170 hp, although Lycoming employees later recounted numbers as high as 195. The factory sent two properly equipped Beverly Sedans to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where, driven by Ab Jenkins and Billy Winn, they recorded the highest average speed over a 24-hour period ever achieved at the Brickyardover 80 mphand captured the famous Stevens Trophy. That record would stand until 1954. Make no mistake, these were fast cars, with power and flexibility that was as much ahead of its time as the Cords famous Gordon Buehrig styling.The four-passenger phaeton shown here is one of 688 factory-supercharged Cords built, and it retains its original FC engine, as verified by both the 810/812 chassis listing in Josh B. Malks seminal work Cord Complete and its ACD Club Category Onecertification. It was acquired in 1967 by the late Gary Dubnoff, an enthusiast in northern California who had joined the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club and inquired as to purchasing a car in the Clubs newsletter. Soon after, he purchased this 812, and it remained a favored possession for the remaining 46 years of his life.The Cord was beautifully restored some years ago, with great attention to authenticity and correctness throughout, including proper fittings, finishes, and wiring under the hood. The body is finished in Geneva Blue, a correct factory color, with the interior a wonderful contrast in bright red leather in the proper pattern and a tan canvas top overhead. Following the completion of the restoration, the car was an award winner at the ACD Clubs West Coast Meet in 1987. It was regularly maintained for decades and has continued to be well looked after in its present owners collection.This car is being offered to a new, good home, where it is certain to continue to be a special point ofpride, whether it is parked as a trophy in the garage or motoring down the road in true Art Deco fashion.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/am19.

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  • RefCode: TA1107733
  • Make: CORD
  • Model: 812
  • Derivative: PHAETON S/C SUPERCHARGED
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,937
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: Grey
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Currency: GBP

1937 Cord Phaeton 812 s/c Supercharged Convertible

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  • RefCode: TA1147083
  • Make: CORD
  • Model: L-29
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,931
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 9th Mar 2019 - RM Sotheby's - Amelia Island Auction

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Amelia Island event, 8 - 9 March 2019. One of the very finest L-29 cabriolets extantMeticulously restored by L-29 expert Ken ClarkStunning color scheme and presentation; fully sorted mechanicallyDesirable original larger FF engine used only in late-production L-29sAuburn Cord Duesenberg (ACD) Club National Best L-29 and Senior Emeritus winnerClassic Car Club of America (CCCA) and Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) National Senior First Prize winnerAuburn Cord Duesenberg (ACD) Club Certified Category 1 (Certification no. CL-120) Officially introduced in mid-1929 as a 1930 model, the Cord L-29 was the first American-manufactured front-wheel-drive production car. Even though Ruxton also promoted themselves as Americas first front-drive car, the first Ruxtons did not arrive until June of 1930. E.L. Cord took great personal interest in developing this new front-drive technology and is believed to be the first to test it on the road. In fact, over thecourse of its development, E.L. Cord was at times absent from corporate events as he and a mechanic travelling incognito drove a prototype Cord across the country in the hopes of reaching 10,000 test miles.In addition to being the first model to introduce a technology that over time would forever change the course of the automotive industry, the front-drive system of the Cord L-29 enabled the entire car to be lowered. The sleek styling was appreciated both domestically and abroad, where Cords shown throughout Europe and at French concours delegance won 39 awards at 23 different events. Back at home, the L-29 was an instant sales success with 3,000 orders placed by early September 1929.This exceptional Cord L-29 cabriolet is a desirable example of this pioneering front-wheel-drive Classic, built in February 1931 and equipped with its original, more powerful FF engine, a larger 322-cu. in. unit introduced late in L-29 production. The car was acquired by its current owner from the estate of hisbrother, a fellow L-29 enthusiast who had purchased it in Key West, Florida, in the mid-1980s, and had long planned its authentic restoration. It was a solid and rust-free example, with nearly all of the original wooden body framing intact and the original serial number tag still in place.Soon the car had been sent to Ken Clark of Kens Classics in Pittsfield, Maine, one of the foremost L-29 authenticity authorities in the U.S., whose well-researched cars have won numerous awards in national judging. Beautifully and correctly finished by Mr. Clark down to the last detail, the car received its ACD Club Certification as a Category 1 Original Car. It has been shown extensively with the Club, eventually achieving Senior Emeritus honors and the Alan Leamy Award for Best L-29 at the National Reunion in 2014; it also a Senior car in the AACA and CCCA, and it was a Lion Award winner at the Concours dElegance of America at St. Johns. Other appearances included the Pinehurst Concours dElegance and the CCCAMuseum Experience.Significantly, all of these honors have been received while the car has continued to be regularly proven on the open road, participating regularly in events such as the ACD Festivals annual Hoosier Tour and the ACD Club Eastern Spring Meet. Its owner takes considerable pride in its roadworthiness and dialed-in mechanical condition; it is no mere showpiece, though obviously it has been very successful in that endeavor as well!This is widely considered one of the finest surviving and best restored L-29 cabriolets in existence. Few have been finished to this standard while also being proven on the road, and fewer still retain as many of their original components as this matching chassis, body, engine example features. Long prized by collectors for their groundbreaking design, L-29s were often spared over the ensuing decades by using whatever parts and components could be sourced from other cars during restoration, making this award-winning example exceedingly rare and highly regardedby both collectors and marque experts alike. It is truly an automobile that has everything the knowledgeable Classic Era enthusiast seeks.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/am19.

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