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Grant was a piston and piston ring manufacturer from [[Los Angeles]], [[California]]. As early as [[1948]], Grant advertised their piston rings in [[Hot Rod Magazine]]. By then, Grant was located at 241 N. Westmoreland Ave.<ref>[[Hot Rod Magazine November 1948]]</ref>
 
Grant was a piston and piston ring manufacturer from [[Los Angeles]], [[California]]. As early as [[1948]], Grant advertised their piston rings in [[Hot Rod Magazine]]. By then, Grant was located at 241 N. Westmoreland Ave.<ref>[[Hot Rod Magazine November 1948]]</ref>
  
== Cars Featuring Parts Manufactured By Grant ==
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== Cars and dragsters featuring parts manufactured By Grant ==
  
 
'''Pistons'''<br>
 
'''Pistons'''<br>
 
[[Norm Milne's 1931 Ford]]<br>
 
[[Norm Milne's 1931 Ford]]<br>
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[[Manuel Gonzalez's Californian]]<br>
  
  
 
'''Piston Rings'''<br>
 
'''Piston Rings'''<br>
 
[[Dave Stuckey's Lil' Coffin]]<br>
 
[[Dave Stuckey's Lil' Coffin]]<br>
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[[Gil Granucci's 1931 Ford]] Model A Coupe<br>
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[[Bob Huddleston & Harry Fake's 1932 Ford]] 3 Window Coupe<br>
 
[[Mike Tomforde's 1934 Ford]] Roadster<br>
 
[[Mike Tomforde's 1934 Ford]] Roadster<br>
 
[[Paul Lehrbass' 1952 Pontiac]]<br>
 
[[Paul Lehrbass' 1952 Pontiac]]<br>
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[[Manuel Gonzalez's Californian]]<br>
  
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 22:16, 9 February 2020

A Grant Piston Ring ad from 1948.
Grant Piston Avertisement

Grant was a piston and piston ring manufacturer from Los Angeles, California. As early as 1948, Grant advertised their piston rings in Hot Rod Magazine. By then, Grant was located at 241 N. Westmoreland Ave.[1]

Cars and dragsters featuring parts manufactured By Grant

Pistons
Norm Milne's 1931 Ford
Manuel Gonzalez's Californian


Piston Rings
Dave Stuckey's Lil' Coffin
Gil Granucci's 1931 Ford Model A Coupe
Bob Huddleston & Harry Fake's 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe
Mike Tomforde's 1934 Ford Roadster
Paul Lehrbass' 1952 Pontiac
Manuel Gonzalez's Californian


References




 

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