Jump to content

1937 Cord 812 Beverly - $21,000 (Stanwood, WA)


Recommended Posts

Not mine; perhaps a parts car since it has the entire drivetrain?

 

https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/pts/d/stanwood-1937-cord-812-beverly/7458474086.html

 

Seller contact email:  b6e4ce2155573114933c309b82e772a0@sale.craigslist.org

 

Per seller:  Up for sale is an extremely rare piece of American Automotive Royalty, 1937 Cord 812 Beverly.

Repainted in the 1950's, matching engine, transmission, and interior. Originally Palm beach tan with Deep maroon interior accents. Even more rare options include front folding arm rest, wing hood emblem (missing). Lots of original parts and interior along with trim and some parts are in the back. Has original tires! The only main piece missing is the front bumpe. The passenger headlight cover is there just not in. Someone messed with the transmission prior some shift Forks are out. Several sets of spark plugs and misc engine parts. Engine turns over freely (Engine # FB 2979). Body # C96-432 and Serial # 2250S.

Car has been on a lift in heated a garage stored with care. Car has some rust on the bottom end in places mainly the doors and around them. Although rust is there the car is very solid in lots of other places. Unfortunately no title, just found out myself that we only have a bill of sale. Selling for my dad. 

22k OBO also interested in trades. Classic cars, Trucks, Harleys?

Had this posted elsewhere already for 23k I just dropped it. 

Have lots more pictures of details and parts.

 

95805C25-E91D-4988-8398-5C2A2E56E30F.jpeg.0ce21f21030e379522b3a9860566af9f.jpeg300B0941-CD78-4ABA-9190-177002A8B9B1.jpeg.77d11c7e70c61374bf502eeef101c9ce.jpegF4FE5336-002F-4B2F-ABCC-E986B7AAFA45.jpeg.1802ddb73b87217faffa3e7d71eee508.jpeg7BC87D88-09A7-4570-9831-CB2C8AB0BB54.jpeg.fb7e91043b2f39bf4cc495f04f46442b.jpegF1B1F445-C185-4AD2-BCFA-224FDF6A8646.jpeg.bc3ad47c9a5ae430db9520cf01e9abe6.jpegF28AB0EA-8540-4A20-BF51-CCD691651849.jpeg.45ba9ce01e2a86f65a19d0fc7a5078c2.jpeg3E54147D-3C7D-419D-9DCB-68078860667E.jpeg.d738a1f877180fe1158b44598bbcb38e.jpeg59DEB807-8C0B-4D55-8DBA-03A456A7CBE6.jpeg.245be5d9a28081b22fc4861f77ab7e86.jpeg3EA1D40C-55A8-436D-90D7-5393F4AAF878.jpeg.9b232e0c13e3129ddcb32abaf17d3832.jpeg6B718268-D3F6-4FA1-968D-C8820859101E.jpeg.006e6d0040b8d5c5d97c64ac6210cfd5.jpeg9242BD2C-0897-4963-9B16-B2832A2A1C7B.jpeg.c7c718ebe65ecbbb93eb8d007489a966.jpeg1DE80244-6184-480D-8F19-5D3C566DABBF.jpeg.52c5000b53a3c3c5346867518e68c42b.jpeg9F26A32B-3548-4441-868E-09D183C13A0F.jpeg.5db00e951e6c389179af3711c365820b.jpegF1B778FF-22FB-40F0-831A-DBE80EF85FD0.jpeg.23e62f9d0e2da7f0b6d3ca56b9342dbc.jpeg61552753-554E-4C5C-8B1F-85B701F85817.jpeg.016933cf6130d0ce993e79b0c501438a.jpegC82E6F47-3CE1-40F8-9D27-3EB24F0C06C2.jpeg.13072d0648e7dc8bb860891f5391a375.jpeg06FD04EE-F399-49A1-82E9-4429CC71F692.jpeg.f69136c38e0d663713110863e255f149.jpeg2D3493C0-9E0A-4632-97AB-59A41AB20E3B.jpeg.9b8e264f9a2a3b6d7dfaa342d3fb83ad.jpegF6C0F4A1-E296-454D-B9D6-8FD56DC5D72A.jpeg.6dd6e332f499ce1d02d936ffdb812094.jpeg429A6484-38A7-469D-BDE6-261C6CE6138A.jpeg.4103d4396fc7c3ee611db8a859cafb5c.jpeg119D3959-AF6E-41DA-9351-B0F8F6D43F61.jpeg.f650cc0a0e9fb7afb7e0066c088febf0.jpegFE88B3CD-2078-48BD-B11F-D7A460A7BE69.jpeg.1ca52d5ff7daa3b7db7d667610a61514.jpeg71F40BF8-02F1-456D-8528-A21F6EB8BDAC.jpeg.e6c1af4715d535ffba683309789dcd32.jpeg

 

 

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Huge gamble for a drivetrain that may just be a boat anchor.  Much better choices in parts cars are out there..  For 20 it should run.   I'm not saying be a driver,  just run in the driveway.  Someone has a rebuilt engine and a rebuilt transmission still crated by known rebuilders that total less than this. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...