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Graham Hollywood production begins

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10 Jul 2007 11:12 #7439 by Josh Malks
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On this date in 1940 the Graham-Paige Motors Corporation reopened its factory to build a final run of Series 133 Graham Hollywood Custom sedans using the Cord 810/812 body dies.


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10 Jul 2007 18:42 #7440 by Bill Hummel
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It's amazing how the Graham Hollywood looks more dated than the Cord. Were they built this way just to be less expensive?

Notice the grill on the Hollywood. Very 1940ish! Looks like the front-end of my 1941 Chevy pickup!

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10 Jul 2007 21:51 #7444 by Chris Summers
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A CHEVY???

You...you...TRAITOR!

:D jk :D

I think the disappearing headlights and hood louvers contributed a lot to the "modern" look of the Cord. When Graham replaced them with "typical" features it put the design back in 1937. Still a good-looking barge, though.

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10 Jul 2007 23:41 #7445 by balinwire
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Is there a picture of a Skylark to compare sheet metal, did they share front end designs?

Hey Bill, thats not a Texas license plate on the PU truck!

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11 Jul 2007 00:14 #7446 by Chris Summers
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ABOVE: The Graham Hollywood
BELOW: The Hupp Skylark (courtesy of trombinoscar)


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11 Jul 2007 00:17 #7447 by Josh Malks
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The only exterior diffs between the Skylark and the Hollywood were nameplates and badges. Plus, both grilles were chrome on the Graham, the upper one was painted on the Hupp.

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