Beech wood body, Walnut radiator, and Maple wheels. Built by Ron Parker, a local Ashland model craftsman.
The Cord L-29 Cabriolet, America's first production front-wheel-drive car, was built in 1929, and first sold in Los Angeles in 1930. The innovative front-drive system contributed to a long, low car that looked fast standing still. Its design was inspired by front-wheel drive Indy cars. The design and mechanical complexity proved the true genius of Errett Lobban Cord.
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