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  1. Hi Justdave . you should be able to go to the graham owners website page and print off the serial number and model ID information . Is it a 6 or an 8 cylinder car ? the plate for the serial number should be on the passenger side of the car behind the seat ,its an aluminum plate .if you cant find the information I will see if I can post it here on this tread PM me if I can help out
  2. My condolences also Matthew ,I knew your grandfather from the car being restored at Tom pattersons place in Newtonville and being at a few shows with him and your grandmother. Your grandfather was a great guy always had a smile on his face. Could I take a look at the car sometime thanks
  3. Alan . The Graham wheels that I have seen are either way . I will take some pictures of all 3 , disc ,wire with lugs viewable , and wire with lugs behind the hubcap if you like . I think that I have all 3 stored in a couple of different places . You will have to give me a couple of days to get the pictures because we are in the middle of a winter storm now . Ray
  4. I am looking for a W G Nagel Electric Co tempature sending unit model H-14 for a 1930 Graham 8 cyl car . I think that this unit was used on a number of different cars of the same era . If you don't have one is there anyone who can tell me how to test the one that I have to prove or fix it Thanks
  5. Hello Alan The grahams from 1928 to 1930 used a 7 bolt pattern on their long wheelbase 6 cylinder and 8 cylinder cars . I have just purchased a 1928 619 chassis with 7 bolt disc wheels
  6. Graham Man I have also seen a '28 Graham 610 or 612 set up like this but there was a copper vessel to hold water behind the drivers seat . I was told that the setup was for a doctor or vet .
  7. I am also interested if alsfarms does not take it . Will you be going to the Stowe Vt show the first weekend in August by chance . Thans Ray
  8. JFranklin, I have the irons and an original ripped top on the car now . I have just purchased this car it was a " Barn " find that some racoons got into and destroyed the top and upholstery . The top still has the pads and strapping as patterns plus I could probably use the original top as a pattern if I had to . Thanks for the reply
  9. Hi there ,is anyone making tops for a 1921 light six touring and if not any ideas where to get material to build a top Thanks
  10. There was a Briscoe and an Atlas built in Brockville Ontario near the 1000 islands region
  11. The vin plate should be located just inside the right rear door on the floor . There should be 3 plates on the floor to identify the car Ray
  12. It looks like a 32 to 34 graham taillight assembly message me if you would like to sell it thanks ray