1930 Cord L-29 Cabriolet. Cord was an American auto manufacturer from 1929-1937. Cord was known for emphasizing innovation.
This roadster is just gorgeous. This was the first front wheel drive vehicle sold in America to the general public. At about 125 hp and a curb weight of around 4,700 lbs. this car was no performance hot rod. This was a ride perfectly designed for a relaxing Sunday drive with the top down on a gorgeous day heading out to the countryside for a picnic. And looking damn stylish in the process.