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Hey everyone, I don't want this to seem too spam-like, but I wanted to let all of you Auburn Cord Duesenberg fans know that I have a full gallery of high quality photos up on my website from this year's ACD Festival. You can see the gallery here: http://www.troysherkphotography.com/p568667312 There are 94 images, so be sure to click "Show All" to display them all, or click through the multiple pages. If you like what you see, you can also check my work out at www.facebook.com/TroySherkPhotography. I update often, so Like the page to see those updates. I also do custom, on-location photo shoots as well and am currently running a special for 50% off, which would be just $75 for a 90 minute session. If you're interested, please contact me through my Facebook page or email at email@example.com. Thanks!
The price on the Cord has been reduced from $190,000 to $180,000obo. Owner is looking to sell this car so he can buy a 1932 to 36 Lincoln convertible coupe project. He would even consider trade/cash if you have such a project. So let's get some diaglogue going on this great car. You can see pictures on this website (you might need to cut and paste) and there are many more available from me. Just ask. http://secure.smilebox.com/ecom/openTheBox?sendevent=4d6a4d314e4463314d513d3d0d0a&campaign=blog_instructions_directurl_makeyourown Only Cord built on a 135" wheelbase. Serial # 10217 Engine # FB2153 Body# C 106 101 Engine 288.6 cu. in 125 HP 90 V8 Transmission: 4 speed electric Vacuum operated. Features: Front wheel drive retractable inboard headlights. Aerodynamic design. CCCA Senior, AACA Grand National winner, Auburn Cord Duesenberg senior emeritus winner multiple times. Car is stretched limo only 135 wheelbase cord ever built has custom plate on right side. The outside exhaust was added about 25 years ago by a private owner. The car is not supercharged. All parts are OEM not repro's. Car was shown at the ACD Spring Meet in Corning about 8 months ago where it won a Senior EMM. The car appears in Josh Malk's Book Cord 810/812. ACD certified in 2002. Car is located in NE PA. Asking: $180,000.00. Pictures available upon request. Please e-mail: Kelly Dietrick at firstname.lastname@example.org
The following photographs were sent to me several years ago by the late Lou Brehmer of Phoenix, Arizona. Lou had lived in Chicago in his earlier years. I don't know if he had ever been an AACA or ACD club member or not but he was a long time member of the Classic Car Club Of America. Lou took these photographs in 1948. Whether they were all on the same used car lot or not, I'm not sure but on the back of one of the pictures of the Blue Cord with the '40 Ford Headlights (a not uncommon CORD modification for the times) was written the following; Neidlingers Brothers Garage, 71st and Stoney Island Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, August 1948, Price: $750.00. The picture of the CORD with the SUNROOF was of the most interest to me as I'm pretty positive that it is the 1937 Custom Beverly that my late father, long time AACA and ACD Club member Marlet "Speed" Davis rescued from destruction the next day in May of 1962 for the sum of $50.00 and I now own. This particular CORD was purchased new from the Merrill Madsen CORD Dealership in Minneapolis, Minnesota by Chicago Band Leader, Lou Breese (real name Luigi Calabrese) who lived in Minneapolis for 12 years. I would love to find more information on these photographs and especially would like to find some photographs of Lou Breese with the SUNROOF CORD or any other Photographs of this car that may exist.