Some cars are just majestic. While some cars just get the job done. They get you to work, they get you to the grocery store, they get you around in a perfectly fine manner but boy are they boring. Life is too short to drive a boring car. A lot of manufacturers build cars that are utilitarian but have no pizzazz. In the early '20s cars really started to get big and beautiful. The engines got bigger, straight 8's, straight 12's powered enormous roadsters and sedans. These cars were built to drive around the big wigs of the era like movie stars and politicians and if you've ever known a movie star or politician you know they want a glamorous way to move about. So here came the Cord. The Cord is one of the most valuable classic cars of all time. The lines, the way it held itself was just unbelievable. It is considered a classic among classics. Of course the early days of classic cars you could get some options but not many. You pretty much got what the company gave you. To get a radio was considered a huge flashy item. Their just wasn't much of need for radios when most stations didn't have much power anyways. So lets say you are lucky enough to own a Cord now but you really need your tunes to go along with your cruising. You get over to Vintage Car Radio and checkout the line of Ken Harrison radios. Ken Harrison radios are built with the best parts money can buy and assembled with precision and care. When you buy a Ken Harrison radio you know you're getting the best in the industry. So head over to Vintage Car Radio and take a look at Ken Harrison radios, you'll be glad you did.