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The Cord 812 Sedan is one of the two iconic sedans from America's past, which was made at the time of the Great Depression. The other iconic car is the Lincoln Town Car. Both these cars were made by Ford Motor Company and are very popular to this day. So when you buy one, you know that it is going to be a good deal.
Cord's sedans featured a full-length aluminum radiator with three large fans that cool the engine. The top of the Cord 812 Sedan also sported a chrome grille, but this has been retooled to black so that it appears more factory looking. The interior of the Cord 812 Sedan is soft and plush suede with velour upholstery. So when you sit in the front, it looks like you're actually sitting on a cloud. When you go for a test drive, there will be no chance of that because the entire car is plush and comfortable.
The Cord 812 Sedan features also reduced harmful emissions to help save the environment and get rid of air pollution. In addition, it also improves fuel economy, so it will get you to your destination more quickly and save you money on gas. It also helps with stopping so that you can enjoy your ride more, and it decreases the chance of an accident while driving. Overall, the Cord 812 Sedan anniversary edition features everything you want in a sedan and even includes Ford's new My Step technology, which helps you control the distance you drive. The gas mileage increase alone should convince you to pick up one of these cars.