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16 Jan 2012 03:31 #21930 by Josh Malks
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The gist of this thread is planned for publication in issue #2 or #3 of the Newsletter for 2012.

That first photographed Super-charged Cord is almost definitely a re-numbered 810 Beverly. I don't know what happened to it, but I'd buy it in a minute!

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16 May 2012 03:44 #22868 by streamliner
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This photo came from Gordon's "Rolling Sculpture". Who were Kunkel Motors, and why would they have one of the first supercharged Cords the same week as the New York Auto Show? Not only that, but it's a convertible!?! Alex had identified a photo of a convertible with Faulkner as the one returning triumphantly from the New York show, but that photo was also ID'd as the first production 812SC. Any ideas?

Was this photo mislabeled, or is there any other information as to the date it was actually photographed?


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