Here is one very cool looking car! By 1940 the Graham-Paige Company of Detroit was near bankruptcy. As a final hope to increase sales, Graham purchased the body dies from the defunct Cord automobile company which were originally designed for the 810/812 series Cords by Gordon Buehrig. The result was a new model called the Hollywood which was made in limited numbers in late 1940 and 1941. This 1940 Hollywood four-door sedan was fully restored at a cost of nearly 60,000 dollars. It is fitted with its original six cylinder engine and the original factory supercharger which has just been completely rebuilt. The car is a great pleasure to drive. It starts easily, shifts smoothly and has the power of a V8 with the supercharged straight 6 | Selling at public auction on Saturday, October 30th www.HendersonMotorSeries.com for all the details. Auction held at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama (None of the Barber Collection is for sale in the auction).