Cord Brass Models for New Car Orders

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10 Oct 2005 23:10 #3744 by Dane
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I have one of these models. It was sent to my grandfather for Christmas
while he was waiting for his '36 Cord Convertible. This one is a bronze
sedan mounted on what appears to be granite. As I remember, he said he paid $6500.00 for the car and then sold it in '42 when he was drafted into
the Navy for $4500.00. Since the car is long gone, this one is definitely for sale.

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11 Oct 2005 01:44 #3745 by Bill Hummel
Bill Hummel replied the topic: BRONZE CORDS
FAKE ON THE LEFT - ORIGINAL ON THE RIGHT

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11 Oct 2005 03:10 #3746 by Dane
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While the base on mine looks more like the "fake", the car on mine looks exactly like the real one right down to the silver wheels. When was the fake on made and who made it? I'd like to post some of the great pics I took of mine here but I can't seem to. How can I post a pic in my post?

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11 Oct 2005 03:42 #3747 by Bill Hummel
Bill Hummel replied the topic: Bronze Replicas
Stan Gilliland can tell you more. Replicas were made years ago. The photo of the replica and the original was taken in his shop in Wellington, Kansas.

I had the good fortune to play with one of the Bronze Cords for about 5 months. Here I am before a video shoot holding one of the Bronze cords.

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