1936 Cord 810 Cabriolet

Dubbed the “Sportsmen” by hobbyists, this two-door, two-seat 1936 Cord 810 Cabriolet is a real header-turner. Take a look and see.

1936 Cord 810 Cabriolet

We’ve seen all kinds of awesome classic cars, but this 1936 Cord 810 Cabriolet ranks as one of the coolest we’ve come across in quite a while.

Production of the Cord model 810 Cabriolet lasted only two years. The 1936 models, like this one, were called 810s. The 1937 models were called 812s.

Although Cord did produce a few other models, the Cabriolet was the rarest. Dubbed the “Sportsmen” by hobbyists, this two-door, two-seat convertible is powered by a 288 cu in, 125 hp, 8 cylinder engine.

We think you are going to like these photos, especially if you are a Cord automobile fan. Take a look and see if you feel the same way as we do!

Here’s a video I came across demonstrating how the Cord 810’s pre-selector transmission works. Even though it never really caught on, some believe it was an early precursor to the automatic transmission.

That’s a wrap!

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