$19,000 – Vacaville, CA:

“SAMCO (Sports Automobile Manufacturing Company) was established in Tulsa, Oklahoma, by Bill Lear, of Learjet fame in the late 1960s. His plan was to offer two distinct Cord models, the Royale, and the Warrior. Unlike many such ventures, Mr. Lear did not intend to either offer high-volume cars, or to offer the cars in kit form. Each car was hand-built at his factory, and eventually, around 400 SAMCO Cords found their way onto our roads. This 1969 model is an attractive example with the 302 Ford engine and automatic transnission, new tires, with power steering and upgraded radio. The 30s Cord was reintroduced in the late 60’s. This time, with plenty of horsepower. The “SAMCO” model Cords rolled out of the Tulsa factory in two different models, Cord manufacturing plant Tulsa, Oklahoma 1969The Warrior and Royale. The Warrior, with a 108 inch wheel base, and the extended version Royale with a 113 inch wheel base. Both models came equipped with either a Ford 302 engine, or the Chrysler 440 Magnum engine. The factory soon moved its production work to the Keystone Lake community of Mannford, Oklahoma West of Tulsa. During this three year period, some 400 cars were built The reason I’m selling is only to make room. Too many toys, but always interested in partial trades of ? (Some pictures show rectangle driving lights. It now has the round driving lights as seen in the pictures)

1969 SAMCO Warrior
condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: automatic “

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