We Buy Classic Cord 1900 - 1936 | Cord L-29 | Cord 810 | Cord 812| Phaeton | Westchester | Beverly
We are always looking for classic Cord's to buy. If you have a Cord for sale we can help you determine its value. If you know someone who has an older or classic Cord for sale, let us know! We pay finder's fees! Whether it has been sitting in a barn or a field for a long time, or it's a garage queen, we buy in any condition. Location is never an issue. We buy cars from all over the United States! Peter Kumar has over 30 years of experience.
Peter and Gullwing Motor Cars are world renowned in the classic car buying industry.
Please give us a call if you are considering selling your classic Cord.
We Are Classic Cord Buyers: We are constantly eager to Buy Classic Cords in any condition. If you, your friend or family, or someone in your neighborhood is looking to Sell Classic Cord, call Peter Kumar. We pay top dollar and gladly pay finders fee. We are eager to assist you in Selling Classic Cord! One of the best part of our company is that no matter where in the US you are located, if you have a Vintage Cord For Sale, call us and we will be right at your service. We make selling easy and simple for you by paying you instantly, picking up car and making transportation arrangements at our expense. Buying Classic Cords in any condition is what our team does best. We Buy Classic Cords in any condition, from it being in showroom condition to being buried in dirt and dust in a garage, barn, or sitting outside on your yard for decades. You can trust our company because we have over 30 years of experience in being professional Buyers in the Classic Car Industry. We will be looking forward to hearing from you, ask for Peter Kumar.
Cord was founded as a holding company for E.L Cord in Connersville, Indiana and had control over other auto companies such as Auburn. Cord took advantage of this situation by using the famous Lycoming Eight engine in their cars.Cord was one of the most forward thinking companies in the automobile industry at the time. Their Cord 810 had futuristic aerodynamic styling, hidden headlights, and an electronically controlled semi-automatic transmission. Like many other luxury automobile brands, Cord did not make it though The Great Depression and was disbanded before the start of the 1940's.