This is a unique collector car and one that is very rare. In 1940,
the Graham company contracted with Hupmobile to build a car called
the Skylark. Hupmobile went out of business which left Graham with
a product line already set up. The company continued production and
renamed the car the Graham Hollywood. The design lines from the
cowl back are based upon the 1936-37 Cord Westchester. Less than
2,000 Hollywood Grahams were produced.This 1941 Hollywood Graham is
an all original sheet metal museum quality car. The current owner
has had this car for 15 years. The exterior is maroon with a maroon
leather interior. Engine is a late model 350 Vortec with a 700R
automatic transmission. This car is updated with the comforts of
power steering, power brakes, AC, and stereo with a CD
player.Cruise around town in one of the rarest cars you will find
and enjoy all of the modern conveniences as well. This car is
located in TN and resides in a private collection.
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