1937 Cord Phaeton 812 VIN #1267A, designed by Gordon Miller Buehrig, made in Auburn, Indiana, 125 bhp, 90-degree, 288-cid V-8 engine with aluminum heads built by Lycoming an aircraft company, 4-speed transmission with vacuum electric shifting, black exterior with hidden headlights, interior, subframe no. 1320, running, brakes work, clutch not working, frame is straight.
Provenance: Held in private ownership.
Exhibitions: This car has been exhibited at the New England Air Museum for over a quarter century.
Note: Motor Vehicle Buyer's Premium is 15% in this auction. Estimate $130,000-140,000
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