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1930 Standard Six variants

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Hello.

 Is someone aware of the differences or has photographs of the different variants of the Graham Standard Six from  1930 ?

Thanks

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I have a sales brochure at home somewhere from 1930. The standard six was basically the 612 from 1930 (So the 115 inch wheelbase, but 3 speed transmission).  From memory The factory had the 2 and 4 door sedan, 4 door tourer (also known as a Pheaton), 2 Passenger Coupe and roadster, I am pretty sure the coupe and roadster were available in either business (boot hinge at top) or with a dickey/rumble seat.  Though outside body builders, exports often used outside body builders, would build you whatever you liked.  Note "De-luxe" was a trim upgrade.  I see the above mentions a Town sedan, not sure what that was, may have been a delete of the rear quarter windows, will have to look at my brochure

 

I have somewhere a pic of a Australian bodied 4 door tourer, the only other standard six's I have seen were a 4 door sedans and I dont have pictures.

 

Why do you ask?

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On 12/11/2018 at 1:29 AM, Aussie_610 said:

I have a sales brochure at home somewhere from 1930. The standard six was basically the 612 from 1930 (So the 115 inch wheelbase, but 3 speed transmission).  From memory The factory had the 2 and 4 door sedan, 4 door tourer (also known as a Pheaton), 2 Passenger Coupe and roadster, I am pretty sure the coupe and roadster were available in either business (boot hinge at top) or with a dickey/rumble seat.  Though outside body builders, exports often used outside body builders, would build you whatever you liked.  Note "De-luxe" was a trim upgrade.  I see the above mentions a Town sedan, not sure what that was, may have been a delete of the rear quarter windows, will have to look at my brochure

 

I have somewhere a pic of a Australian bodied 4 door tourer, the only other standard six's I have seen were a 4 door sedans and I dont have pictures.

 

Why do you ask?

Thanks a lot for the help.

I own a Graham Standard Six from 1930 and I noticed from the publication that You can see in my initial question that there were several variants of this model. Because of this, I'm trying to figure out exactly what my Standard Six is.
 I'll send you a picture of my Graham soon. 
Thank you again and Merry Christmas

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By the way, Michael Keller's knowledge of Graham Paige is impressive. And it was a great help.

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