New Membership Platform: Membee

The ACD Club is rolling out a new online membership system. All ACD Club Members should have receivied an email with enrollment instructions. You will use your email address as your login, and select a new password. This account will be used to renew your membership, update membership information, and make changes to your membership record.


This account is NOT THE SAME as your current account which you use to access the ACD Website Forums. Please continue to log into the Forums with the same username and password as you have always used. In the future we may consolidate the two accounts.

ACD FORUMS 5198 topics

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AUBURN 1139 topics

From the Auburn Six to the flashy 851 Speedster, Auburn automobiles demonstrated that an independant automobile company could attract the attention of a nation. Auburns provided better styling and performance for the money than any other company.

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Re: timing chain widths
by JIM.OBRIEN
20 Nov 2020 21:48

CORD 810/812 2024 topics

2011 is the 75th Anniversary of the Cord 810 and is the Year of the Cord 810. The new Cord 810 hit the 1936 automotive scene like a thunderbolt. Suddenly, every other car was obsolete when compared to Gordon Buehrig's sleek and radical new design.

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Re: Gearbox oil
by Rileypu29
25 Nov 2020 16:11

CORD L-29 172 topics

Built in a flamboyant era of opulence, the Cord L-29 bears a striking resemblance to the Duesenberg. It boasts a number of "firsts" in American car design including the first production front-wheel drive, and an X-braced frame.

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Re: Period photo of L-29 Phaeton i ...
by johnmereness
31 Mar 2020 21:34

DUESENBERG 560 topics

The world's most collectable automobile! A Duesenberg will go 90 mph in second gear and they have a 3-speed transmission! A favorite of the Hollywood crowd, they were owned by the likes of Clark Gable and Gary Cooper.

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This is the forum for the Glenn Pray 8/10's cars and well as replica Auburns and Duesenbergs.

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Re: Looking for owners of Elegant ...
by Curt Schulze
19 Nov 2020 02:31

HISTORY & LORE 96 topics

As time goes on, it gets harder to separate Fact from Fiction. In this Forum, some of the foremost authorities on ACD cars will answer your questions about E.L. Cord and his cars.

Moderators: Joe Holderman, thomaslee
Re: 100 years ago, Tommy Miltons D ...
by rdsieber
14 Apr 2020 13:40
Share your thoughts and experiences with ACD cars on the road ... now and yesterday.

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Re: WHAT ARE YOUR CORD DRIVING EXP ...
by JIM.OBRIEN
27 Feb 2020 16:21
Can't figure out which Forum to post your message in? This is the place! Unless your message is specific to one of the car models above, post your messages here.

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Re: Sad summer
by JIM.OBRIEN
22 Nov 2020 20:48
Think of this as MyGarageSpace! This is a special forum for our younger members to discuss everything about Auburns Cords and Duesenbergs! Find out about upcoming events and special activities.

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Re: Labor Day Reunion 2010
by Joe Holderman
17 Dec 2019 20:39

PICTURE GALLERY 532 topics

Show off your car here! If you have an Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg, or anything that you think will be of interest to others, post an image in here.

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Re: Women Behind the Wheel! My Wom ...
by jack60
08 Oct 2020 21:11
Video Interviews with ACD Members. Relive the early days of the ACD Club, as the Old Guard tell their tales.

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VIDEO INTERVIEW - NETTIE ELLER
by Picture Gallery
03 Nov 2008 06:16
This forum is for Meets and Events that are not ACD specific. Please delete your post when the date has passed.

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ACD KooKs Meet April 18 & 19 2 ...
by Sheldon
08 Feb 2020 18:37
Our forum and ACD Club Members offer tips on various restoration techniques. Why reinvent the wheel? Do it right the first time by learning from others' mistakes.

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Re: Steering Wheel Removal
by 1748 S
01 Jul 2020 14:36
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