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Acquired a Graham Paige, having a hard time learning anything about it. couple features-only 1 tail light, 2 spare tire carriers with key locks, spoked steel wheels. cant find serial # any help would be greatly appreciated.

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What year, model, etc? Photos helpful too. Recommend you contact the AACA Library and Research Center. They should have a substantial amount of info available.

Terry

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11 minutes ago, K. McCollam said:

Thanks, those are some of the info im trying to learn

 

 My ID book does not say where the ID tag is for some odd reason, but there is a Graham expert on here daily that must know a lot about your car. Do you know the year? post that too, or a picture or two and the other members will tell you what year.

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The more data you provide the more we can help you out. Photos are essential since you have nothing else to share with us. Get a tape measure and measure the wheelbase , look at the times and give us the wheels size and tire size. How many cylinders? How many doors? is it an open body style or a sedan or coupe. Read some of the other questions people who seek information ask and what information they can supply. Asking for help is fine, we are glad to do that if we can but if you want help you have to expect to be forthcoming with some basic information or you won't see anyone make an effort to assist.

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GOCI

 

Graham Owners Club International website.

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On 4/5/2021 at 11:41 AM, Walt G said:

The more data you provide the more we can help you out. Photos are essential since you have nothing else to share with us. Get a tape measure and measure the wheelbase , look at the times and give us the wheels size and tire size. How many cylinders? How many doors? is it an open body style or a sedan or coupe. Read some of the other questions people who seek information ask and what information they can supply. Asking for help is fine, we are glad to do that if we can but if you want help you have to expect to be forthcoming with some basic information or you won't see anyone make an effort to assist.

112" wheel base, 4 door sedan- rear doors are suicide, wood frame work, 17" spoke wheels,6 cylinder engine,9 windows total, rear luggage rack, tail light (1 only) hub caps and badge below rear window all have 3 spartan heads. Thank you for any help identifying what I have.

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Most popular in that time period would be a 1929-1930 612 Sedan.

 

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Numbers will be in the back seat, under the carpet, right hand side of the car, next to the door sill plate, should be three plates, color code, body number, body code.  They are easy to take off, just two little brad nails so they are missing often.

 

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9 windows?

 

The 17" wheels are throwing me a curve, if the radiator emblem says "Graham-Paige" it is a 612.  If is say "Graham" it is not a Graham-Paige, the cars were officially "Graham" after 1930 (the company was still Graham-Paige) like Ford and Mercury. 

 

Look like this?  1929 612 Sedan (19" wheels)

 

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If the car is actually a Graham with correct 17" wheels it is a 1932, most likely "Prosperity Six"

 

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Congratulations on a great car!  Ask me any question you would like to know.  There is a great book that is a must have for any Graham owner.  OK, the author is a friend of mine but still a great book.

 

The Graham Legacy: Graham-Paige to 1932  

Michael E. Keller

 

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