Cars for Sale
1937 Cord 812 Supercharged Beverly Sedan
- 1937 Cord 812 Supercharged Beverly Sedan
- ACD Certified Category 1 Original Car
- On display in the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum for many years
- Very original and correct, fitted with original accessory spot light, radio, driving lights and wind wings
The Cord 810 and 812 models represented a quantum leap forward in automotive design. Gordon Buehrig succeeded in design a truly advanced piece of rolling sculpture, that has breathtaking proportions when viewed from any angle. The cord was Front wheel drive, with a V8 engine on a unitized body construction, that gave it its low sleek sporty stance. The pontoon fenders with retractable head lights was another radical design move that would be the basis for many of the cars from the late 1930's to the early 1940's.
1937 was the final year for the Cord, which was the "Baby Duesenberg" that would hopefully save the company, even few of the cars produced that year would be Supercharged like this car offered here.
Most importantly the Cord offered here is an ACD Category 1 certified original car and is correct in every way. It is eligible to be shown at all ACD events, and is one of the rare Supercharged beverly's. This particular 812 was displayed for many years in the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum. It is very original and correct.
Currently under restoration now, this well maintained original car, is receiving a full cosmetic refurbishment. It is being bare metal striped and painted in Black with a Burgundy leather interior..
Note the photo of the Black Beverly is a file photo of what the car will look like when done. The photos of the car prior to the restoration in Yellow, show the good original example we started with, that still had its original interior. Several additional mechanical and cosmetic upgrades are being performed as we freshen the car into the show winner that it will be. Restoration will be done very soon.
A wonderful opportunity to acquire one of the last cars to be made by the mighty Auburn Cord Duesenberg empire.