1940 GRAHAM HOLLYWOOD | 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. Odometer showing 664027 miles. This vehicle will sell at public auction on Saturday, June 25th. Location: Barber Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. www.hendersonmotorseries.com for all the details. Offered without reserve.