Cord in the woods

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09 Aug 2017 12:17 #33394 by Curt Schulze
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Thank you so much has my dad and I used to own a company called Pittsburgh Mustang and as an owner of collectible cars myself I would hate to not see these parts go to a good home when needed

On Aug 8, 2017 8:30 PM, "Schulze" <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.> wrote:
Hi Mike:
I don't have any interest as I am an Auburn guy. I can post this on the ACD website for you with your email address.
Cheers
Curt

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I recently found hey 37 Beverly sedan in the woods on my property there are many usable parts would you be interested or could you direct me to someone that might be

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09 Aug 2017 12:45 #33395 by John Meredith
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I would be interested. I am restoring a 1937 Beverly Sedan. I am looking for a generator and other engine parts. Is this a supercharged engine?
Please advise.

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09 Aug 2017 13:13 #33396 by Curt Schulze
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Why don't you email him and find out ? See his email address above.

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09 Aug 2017 13:19 #33397 by John Meredith
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Hi Curt,
Already got an email off to him and hope to hear soon. Do you know where the car is located? This could really help with the restoration.
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09 Aug 2017 13:35 #33398 by Curt Schulze
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The email exchange above is ALL I know.

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21 Aug 2017 14:07 #33442 by John Meredith
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I had an opportunity to see this Cord this past weekend. It isn't a restorable Cord. I was unable to find the ID plate for the serial number and believe it has been removed.

The car is a 1937 Cord SC Beverly Sedan. (It had a 150 mph speedometer.) I suspect this was a custom Beverly as there is evidence of a divider in the interior and two of the door sills were much longer. The color was Orchard Green with a green interior. It has a Chrysler 324 Spitfire engine (complete) and rear wheel drive. I could not find anything of the SC engine nor transmission. It had to be a stunning Cord 812 in it's day.

The owner of the car would like it removed from the property. It is sitting next to a 1950's Kaiser that is mostly complete and restorable. The gentleman that has the car has made arrangements for a salvage/scrapyard to come in about two months to haul the cars away, once the leaves have dropped for fall. If you have a serious interest in removing this car, I am more than happy to pass on the contact information. Some of the body panels may be useful, the front stub frame appears intact, and the B pillars are present.

What the gentleman who owns the car does not want is someone calling just to see the car or inquires in reference to a specific part. He is very serious about having someone come and remove the car from the property. If you have such an interest, please let me know and I will pass on the contact information.

Hope the attached photos are useful. This Cord was at one time a truly beautiful Cord.

Cheers,

John Meredith
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