Let us do your shopping for you and you just have to pick it up when you are ready. Choose pick up in the cart when you check out and we will have it ready for you the next day. We have also added a gift wrap option. It couldn't be any easier!

1932 Cord Experimental

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum

Regular price $1,000.00

Shipping calculated at checkout.
This impressive vehicle is known as "E-1." It is a prototype for the vehicle that was to replace the Cord L-29. According to Auburn Automobile Company records, three "EXPR Cord-12" sedans were produced in August of 1932. When E. L. Cord was looking forward to his next generation of vehicles, he ordered a car to be built that was 20 inches longer than the L-29. It was originally built with a 16-cylinder engine, which was soon replaced with a prototype 12-cylinder engine of the same displacement. Unfortunately, it was not the right time economically to introduce such an ambitious vehicle, and thus, it never entered production. Technical: This 1932 Cord prototype is powered by a 491.0 cubic-inch displacement V-12 engine, producing 200 horsepower. The wheelbase measures 157 inches. The vehicle weighs in excess of 6,000 pounds.