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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by low49bowtie, Mar 10, 2008.
I was just wondering if anyone on here owns a Graham?
my buddy Sam's got a Hollywood ,hes on here as
my name is Graham, does that count?
nitrofc here has something to do with one
I have a windshield frame from around a 1927 Graham delivery truck. Glass is busted but the brass tag is still on the frame.Come to think of it the dash is still laying in the bush where I found the frame as well as the two back doors still standing upright!
And you haven't pulled those out because .... ?
I'm building a '27 Graham truck. I just have the cab, but it's complete. It's going on a Z'd model A frame. I just need to sort out a bed.
I have a mostly complete 28' truck. All the wood is gone, but I could take some measurements if you needed. Can't decide what to do with it yet.
I believe there's still a stash of N.O.S. Graham and Graham-Paige parts somewhere in the Auburn, IN area. Here's a link that makes reference to it.
I had a couple of Grahams, but made Smores out of 'em.
I do have however, what I think is a supercharger from a Graham, that an oldtimer adapted to a flathead Ford V-8 intake manifold. It's really cool looking...I don't know if it ever worked or not.
I,ll snag these when the snow melts!
I would like to build a Graham when im done with my Chevy.
I kinda likem and my name is Graham corny i know buy i think it would be cool to have a car with my name on it.
LOL! Yeah, I think Edsel Ford felt the same way at one time!
I've got a 28 Graham Paige. It's HUGE.
My buddy Rex has a real good Graham Brothers truck. Hey Blasted (Doc)! What does a Graham Cavalier look like?
I'm building a 1934 Graham 3 window coupe into a fenderless hotrod for a customer in germany right now.
To see some pictures go to www.myspace.com/koolcatkustoms
Here's a pic of the car when I took the fenders off, the rest is still stock in this picture.
I have a Graham Supercharger i was gonna mount on a Caddy flathead....
Sold the flathead....
Still gots the supercharger.
I've always thought it would be cool to take two Graham superchargers and mount them in line on a straight eight packard.
I work with a guy that owns a 1927 graham-Paige 2 door sedan. Anyone have any sources for parts/info/resto advice?
Have the guy go here.....http://forums.aaca.org/f171/
There is a great Graham-Paige website. Check out Graham owners club international. Lots of pics, bits and pieces for sale and wanted. I own a 1932 Model 56 4 dr sedan.
I'm building one currently. It was complete, but not historically accurate so I don't feel bad about tearing it up. I have a lot of info in them if needed. Now is the time to restore one... The few people that really know them well won't be around much longer.
I should say that it was a farmer special 1926 Graham brothers truck... Then "restored" at some point with dodge and ford T parts. after tons of research I decided it was a basketcase and it would be better to help another guy that needed a drive train. Believe it or not there was another here in town.
Just for information sake, I happen to have a 1936 Graham. I did have a little work done on the engine, well actually a different one installed. Unforunately at the moment I live out of the country but will be back next year and intend to get out and about in my little toy.
Yes, I do! It's a '28 614 Coupe that's been in the family since the beginning. When I finally acquired it, it was really rough. I'm in the process of turning it into a rod (close to HAMB friendly).
I don't own one, but the Graham's originated from my home town here in Washington, IN. There are still several of the family members that live here in town.
I had a black '39 "shark-nose" graham sedan some years back. Terry Cook heard I had it and we arrived on a price. He came for it and told me he was going to use the front clip to make a new version of "Scrape" or one of his 'glass' customs.
Yeah, one of those cars I wish I'd have kept.
One of my old college instructors showed his Graham at The Non-Billet Show, Antioch, last year.
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