Danville Concours D'Elegance, Cord 810/812 Roadster
Click on image to view larger image


Ribbon awarded for his generous contributions to the 2015 Fundraising Campaign.

Location: Roseviile CA US
Posts: 2,220
users gallery
The Cord 810 and 812 (supercharged version) were produced by the Cord Automobile division of the Auburn Automobile Company in 1936 and 1937. Styling was the work of designer Gordon M. Buehrig. Reportedly conceived as a Duesenberg, the 810/812 was the first American-designed/built front wheel drive car with independent front suspension, hidden door hinges, a rear-hinged hood, and pontoon fenders with hidden headlamps. Its most famous feature was the "coffin nose", a louvered wraparound grille, from which its nickname derived. Supercharging was made available on the 1937 812 model with a mechanically driven unit, distinguished by the brilliant chrome-plated external exhaust pipes mounted on each side of the hood and grill. Aperture Priority, Pattern Metering, SB-900 Fill Flash at EV-1.33 with SW-13H Diffusion Dome.
· Date: Tue 15-January-2019 · Views: 231 · Filesize: 166.0KB, 1421.4KB · Dimensions: 1500 x 1042 ·
Keywords: Danville Concours D'Elegance, Cord 810/812 Roadster
Camera: D200
Lens & Filters: 14-24/2.8 at 16mm (FX) and 24mm (DX)
Film and/or ISO: ISO 200
Aperture: f11.0
Shutter speed: 1/100s.
Location: Danville, Ca.
Camera support
Additional Categories: Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles and Accessories
For forum post:     
Linking to gallery images in the forums supported on Silver membership level and higher
Show large image
Show EXIF Info