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Movies

Video files are usually very large, and would take a long time to download. So CordNet uses 'streaming' videos. That means that after a brief pause to start, you're watching the video at the same time that its being downloaded from our server.

Our videos are in the increasingly popular Windows Media Format (WMV). To view them you will need to have the Window Media Player installed on your computer. If you don't have one of these (and they're very useful)  click on its name to download it FREE.

1935 New York Auto Show. A theatre newsreel piece about the show ran
1 minute 18 seconds. The new Cord got nearly 25% of the time! (Surprisingly prominent coverage of the Duesenberg Model J, too.) Here's an edited segment.

The New Cord. This appears to be the tail end of a promotional film for Auburn dealers introducing the Cord 810. Perhaps it was screened at the Auburn exhibit at the auto shows? Does anyone know? (Turn up your volume a bit for this one.)