Gil Fye's 1941 Graham
1941 Graham Hollywood owned by Gil Fye. The body was originally stamped in 1941 from dies formerly used for the still-coveted model 810 Cord. The stock rear windows were replaced by large expanse of plexiglass. Up front, headlights from a 1940 Ford were installed, with extra parking and directional lights. 1949 Chevrolet front number brackets have been installed both front and rear. The body was painted green and black.
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