1930 Cord L-29 Phaeton Introduced in the summer of 1929, the new Cord L-29 was a huge hit in the luxury car segment. It paced the Indy 500 that year with its standard 298cid L-head 8 cylinder engine. The L-29 was produced for a short four year run, as it was introduced with the Great Depression just beginning. Only 1,168 Phaetons were built—that was 20 percent of Cords total production. All were equipped with a three speed transmission,innovative front wheel drive and inboard front brakes. That gave the Cord a low stance along with the first X frame, offered on a motorcar. This Cord was in long term display at a private museum and is ACD certified. It is roadworthy and drives nicely. Finished in deep blue with contrasting tan leather it is stunning. Every collection should include an ACD automobile.
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