1940 Graham Hollywood Convertible


For Graham, in 1940, the road to Hollywood was paved with good intentions. It began with the demise of Errett Loban Cord’s automotive empire, Auburn Automobile Co. In August of 1938, one year after Cord shut the doors of his Auburn, Ind., plant, entrepreneur Norman deVaux met with Victor Emmanuel, receiver for Auburn Automobile, and purchased the tools and dies for the acclaimed 1936-37 Cord, intending to start a new car company.

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