The Cord L29 was the first production automobile with front-wheel drive. All models, open and closed, were built on a 137.5 inch wheelbase. The Lycoming straight-engine produced 125 horsepower. Because of the front-wheel drive feature, the L29 Cord was much lower and sleeker than most cars of the day. It lasted from 1930 to 1932 during which 5,010 cars of all body styles were produced.
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