This stunningly beautiful Cord was spotted in the Larz Anderson Museum last weekend. It’s an early 1930’s model, and it was front wheel drive. Surprising right? According to the write-up at the museum, this car’s hood line was about 1 foot lower than the comparable cars at the time. That gave it a super sleek & low look that other companies were incapable of doing. The most interesting thing that I noticed though, was that the front bumpers were attached to the suspension. That meant that when the wheels bounced up or down, the bumper went with them which kept the bumper at a constant height. Quite clever I’d say… I wonder what the torque steer was like?