Car designer Gordon Buehrig with Cord Sportsman automobile, Calif. 1965
NICE CAR DUDE!
The Cord was built by the Auburn Motorcar Co. and most were supercharged V8 Lycoming air cooled engines. The large pipes on the sides of the hood were real exhaust pipes to help get heat out from under the hood. The cord was a front wheel drive car, which was very rare in the U.S. They were expensive cars that had reliability problems.
then don't corvairs really run on cord motors?
this might be a little strange to some but most cords were powered by corvair motors before corvair was built
Wow that is a nice car!