When the Cord L-29 was introduced to the public on August of 1929, it featured many technological and design elements, many of which were firsts in the automobile industry. From the frame up, the Cord set the standard for automobile innovation and design. This 1929 Cord L-29 display chassis shows the different technological innovations on the Cord L-29. It shows the engine stance, how to shift the engine and design of the gear shift lever, and the front wheel drive mechanism. Also, it uses an original Cord x-member frame developed by the Auburn Automobile Company for additional rigidity and durability. A touchscreen shows different elements of the chassis, such as the springs, generator, transmission, and more, which light up on the chassis itself when selected. Unfortunately for the Cord L-29, it was introduced shortly before the stock market crash. Between 1929 to 1931, only an estimated 5,010 examples were produced.