Saturday, December 1, 2018
Car Side Presentation
This 1937 ivory-colored Cord is a well restored, numbers-matching example of the convertible coupe body style. The company offered six different body styles for the Cord in 1937; all included the option of a supercharger. Only sixty-four Cord 812 convertible coupes were produced with a supercharger.
The Cord’s Lycoming V-8 supercharged engine produces 175 horsepower. As new, this particular Cord cost $3,010. It was donated to the museum in loving memory of Raymond A. Majewski.