James C. Ritchie

1936 Cord 810 by James C. Ritchie


1936 Cord 810

by James C. Ritchie

16" x 24"

Photograph on Aluminum




Edition 1 of 9

1936 Cord 810 Convertible Phaeton

Cord, which built the first American production front wheel drive automobiles in 1929, offered this drive train for all subsequent Cord model years. Only about 600 Converitble Phaetons were built during the 2-year life of the 810/812 series. This ground-breaking Gordon Buehrigh "coffin nose" design was powered by a flathead V-8, had retractable headlights, no running boards, and the first gas filler pipe to be concealed within the body.


Aluminum prints are backed with a 2mm black styrene substrate and mounted on a black metal inset frame which floats the image 3/4" off the wall. The edges of the prints have a smooth, burnished black finish for a cohesive look. The result is a smart, attractive, and durable print complimentary to any decor.

Because these are produced as they are ordered, please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. Orders are processed as quickly as possible, and usually arrive sooner.

This edition is limited to 9 in each of four size options.
The numbers below are what remain in each edition:

Edition   Size        Price    
   9        16x24    $ 900.00         
   9        20x30    $1,500.00       
   9        24x36    $2,250.00
   9        Larger size options:     
             30x45    $3,500.00
             40x60    $6,000.00

   36 Total Aluminum Edition


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