This is an extremely rare car. This 1930 Graham-Page Touring Sedan model 615 has been well preserved. We found this car sitting for 26 years in a garage in the Seattle area. The car has only 43,000 miles on it, and it shows. The oil change sticker indicates the oil was changed in Vantage Washington in 1963 With 2 miles driven on it since that oil change. We towed it to Gig Harbor where we rebuilt the wheel cylinders and purchased a new carburetor for it. After insuring the engine was well lubricated, we slowly brought her back to life and drove down the street less than 12 hours after buying it. The body is in excellent shape. The paint has been redone, however, we have no idea when. The interior could use a little work but is in overall good condition. There are roller shades on all windows in the back. There is a foot bar for resting your tired feet on in the back seat. The Straight six engine runs absolutely beautifully. This, of all cars we have had, is one of the better finds. If you are looking for a rare car to restore, this is it. For those of you wanting this car fully restored, please contact Jim for details on what the restoration might cost.