The lost real Cord

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    The lost real Cord

    Hemmings posted a old article from Special Interest Autos about a FWD Cord prototype

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    Re: The lost real Cord

    Interesting article...I never heard of this car before. Upon further research, I found that it has been rebuilt/restored and sits on the floor of the ACD Museum.
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    Re: The lost real Cord

    That was a fascinating read. Thanks for posting it!

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    What a beautiful car, but I can honestly say that the Karate Kid would have lots of probliems with "Wax-on- Wax-off" with that Cord.
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