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  1. Yes factory tag, but special order paint (could be any Ford color for 1969) https://www.vintage-mustang.com/threads/no-paint-code.829193/ with the 2B trim code (Blue Standard Buckets) it would have to be a color that went with blue interior. https://classicponycars.com/69data.html
  2. Eystein, Hope you were able to get the Graham, let me know if you ever want to sell it. SN for the car is 506149 (picture of tag on car) normally these cars are registered to their engine number. 1929 Graham-Paige 837 (CCCA Full Classic) 2nd Series, 8 cylinder, 322 CID, 120 HP, 137 wheel base, SN 506001-507014 (range), Built Jan. 1929, Cost $2195-$4430 It will be a beautiful car restored.
  3. I wanted to buy the car but decieded to pass. Let me know if you get the car, I know where to find most maybe all of the missing parts are located.
  4. Yes I can.... Two questions : - Where on the car may I find the chassis number ? Two places to find the SN. First, inside the car rear floor left hand side near the rear door sill plate, but it is a open car, so it could be anywhere on the front seat frame. It is also stamped on the frame directly under the radator. Most likely location, 3 tags, body number, color number, and SN - Have problems finding photos of the engine on the net. Only thing I found was from a car in which the engine appeared to be a mirror image!!! (No- photo was not reversed -checked that with reference to the steering box) Can anyone confirm that the engine in the attached pictures from the car I am looking at is original to a 1929 837 ? Graham-Paige made 4 different engines in 1929, the sixes are a mirror of the eight...mostly. This engine is mostly correct, incorrect carburetor. Questions you should ask. THIS IS NOT A LeBaron bodied car!!! this is a Graham-Paige body, they came both ways, huge difference in value. 98% of the parts included are incorrect for this car they are all 6 parts. Rear bumper is correct (hard to find) Front bumper is incorrect (and hard to find) Wheels are correct, Hub caps are not. Outside door handles are incorrect Front splash pan is missing Trunk rack is correct The entire body is wood with tin covering (big job to replace the wood if it is bad) Interior is incredibly complete. Not sure on the robe rail (no cars to compare) If you look along the cowl under the hood you will see the original maroon color should have black fenders and a tan leather interior. Only other known Graham-Paige 7 passenger 835 car.
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  6. It is a 1933 Graham, Model 57A, 64 or 65 one year only, it will fit in a 1934 Graham but they have idiot lights. 1934 Model 67, 68, 69, and 71
  7. 1928 Series M Hupmobile Roadster... Graham-Paige used the same tail light in 1928
  8. Depending on the year it would say Graham Paige or just Graham. Your tail light housing is for a 612 or 615. The one posted is for an eight 827 or 837. They come up on ebay and marketplace but for some reason people think they are made of gold. You also need the licence plate glass? This one has been on ebay for over a year https://www.ebay.com/itm/166106462916 I add the item to my watch list in a couple days they will send an offer. Watch the swap meets I have seen them a lot.
  9. Hoping someone has a Delco reference book. Delco Remy 668D distributor this is a dual point distributer Points # Rotor # Cap # Condenser # Thank you
  10. All the circle track guys require an impact shut off switch, they are cheap, and good insurance in case of an accident. I almost never run electric fuel pumps if I can get a mechanical one to work.
  11. Interesting Google search did not bring up any actual laws against "Free Wheeling" or "coasting in neutral". Many car makes from 1931 till present day still have versions of freewheeling. Electric cars are never in gear, unless they have regenerative braking...still not in mechanical gear. The early systems of overdrive used centrifugal force to change to overdrive, no solenoids or electronic assist.
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