Even in the best families there are deaths in the cabinets and the automotive industry is not going to be less. One of the brands American that less time was in production but that left some models and curious technological advances to remember he was Cord Automobile. Some of them are the front wheel and retractable headlights that were introduced in the American market in 1929 in the model L-29 and later in 810 and 812.
Cord Automobile was founded in 1929 as a part dedicated to the automotive sector of the holding company created by businessman Erret Loban Cord. This brand was focused to compete in the luxury segment and so used as main arguments the design and a good driving based on the front-wheel drive dynamics. However its commercial travel was very short because was closed in the year 1932.
The firm returned to be reactivated in 1936 but his return was very poor and definitely closed the following year. This situation has remained so to the present day. However, the United States could see it to be reborn from the ashes thanks to the law passed by the American Government to produce classic models without the need to comply with certain safety standards.
This law was approved last year and allows manufacturers missing as DeLorean or AC may be produced in small print runs its old models while maintaining their original design schemes. The only condition that have that meet them manufacturers to launch their classic is that their engines are current for adapt is to them normative anti pollution.
At the moment only information provided by the brand is that it is in talks with other manufacturers to have access to their engines and certain mechanical components. If these conclude well, could have a reissue of their models in question from a couple of years.
Source – Motor1