The decade of the thirties witnessed the apogee of the golden age of classic cars. The Cord automobile, in both versions, with its spectacular style and advanced technology was without doubt one of the most extraordinary cars to be built during its era. The Cord automobile, as well as Cord the man, has from its genesis signified innovation, power, and mystique. Those Cords that survive continue to inspire and influence the design of modern automobiles. Spectacular photographs combined with in-depth captions tell the story. Includes a concise and informative history of Cord, both the company and the man.
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Jon Bill is the Director of Education and Archives at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn, Indiana. He lives in his hometown of Fort Wayne, a city 20 miles to the south. A graduate of Purdue University, majoring in Industrial Education, Jon taught Technology Ecucation for 34 years before joining the museum staff in June of 2001. He has authored several Iconografix books on Auburn, Cord and Duesenberg.
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