The 1932 Graham Blue Streak was an innovative marvel


America’s automotive history is rich with the exploits of Erwin George Baker, an early-20th-century swashbuckler who set scores of speed and distance records with machines as diverse as Indian motorcycles; cars from Stutz, Cadillac, and Wills Sainte Claire; and even a Buick truck. The most memorable drive by the man known as “Cannonball” Baker was his 1933 cross-country dash in a Graham Blue Streak Eight, completed in an astonishing 531⁄2 hours. The record stood for nearly four decades.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/07/04/the-1932-graham-blue-streak-was-an-innovative-marvel