Success Story: The 1936 Cord Has Sold!

IMG_20150830_101502[1]

From Dave B – Hello, we are happy to say that we sold the ’36 Cord today. We accepted an offer above our expectations. We advertised exclusively with you and were very happy with your write-up. The buyer came yesterday with truck, trailer, come-along, chains and cash. Dragged it out of the barn, loaded up in two hours, and was gone. Thank you!

We are grateful for the privilege of featuring such a special car David. Hopefully the next owner will keep us updated on their progress. If you have a classic that you are thinking about selling, please consider listing it with us. The price is affordable and the process is easy. It also helps us keep Barn Finds online for all to enjoy!

WANT ADS

WANTED 1985-1988 Honda Civic Wagon RT4WD Looking for any type of Honda civic wagon. Four-Wheel Fun: 1988 Honda Civic Wagon RT4WD Contact

WANTED 1960-1964 Chevrolet corvair WTB Gen1 Chevrolet Corvair Contact

WANTED 1967-1969 Pontiac Firebird Looking for an original 400 convertible, 3 or 4 speed preferred. No restomods. Contact

WANTED 1973 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400 my wife’s first car, red with red interior would be ideal, any locale Contact

WANTED 1950s-1970s Chevrolet corvette any sport cars foreign or domestic. tigers to porsche’s and anything between Contact

Submit Your Want Ad

Comments

  1. Blindmarc

    My grandfather was a service manager for ACD, glad to one go to a happy home……

    Like 1
    • bruce d christensen

      I just found a 1937 in total disrepair. Hood and heads off looks like under a rotting tarp for 10+ years. Really a shame but am going to find it a home and want to repair it just not a lot of funds.

  2. DrinkinGasoline

    Love it when a plan comes together ! Nice to hear that someone came equipped and was serious. Hope to see the progress on the Cord.

  3. Francisco

    Well how much did it sell for? What’s the big secret?

  4. Trophest John jones

    Thanks for listing this 1965 Chevrolet C10 from North Carolina. I purchased it on eBay for a mere $2,500 it has sat for 30 years. With usual Fuel and carburetor repairs it fired up and runs like new! it is awesome. I was asked when I was going to restore it. I said I already have…….. I washed it. This is going to stay as a Survivor I will not touch it cosmetically only mechanically

    Like 1
  5. Chris A.

    If you replace a missing hubcap, is that a “restoration”. I really like that truck.

Leave A Comment

RULES: No profanity, politics, or personal attacks.

Become a member to add images to your comments.

*

Notify me of new comments via email. Or subscribe without commenting.