1936 Graham Model 110

The Graham Brothers, Joseph, Robert and Ray had made a sizeable fortune in glassmaking by inventing the process for making bottles with a crown strong enough to use metal caps. They sold their business and eventually became the 'O' in LOF. Their next venture was in manufacturing kits to convert Ford Model Ts into trucks using Dodge engines. Trucks of their own design were sold through Dodge dealers and their company was acquired by Dodge Brothers. When the Dodge brothers passed away, the Grahams decided to enter the automobile business in 1927 by acquiring Paige Motors. During the depression years, the company struggled and eventually was the basis for the formation of Kaiser-Fraser Motors after World War II.

The 1936 Graham-Paige Model 110 was powered by a supercharged six-cylinder engine and had a wheelbase size of 115 inches. Pricing ranged from $865 for the coupe to $1,170 for the custom four-door sedan.




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