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1935 Graham Special Six [73]

1935 Graham Special Six [73] in Paris chante toujours!, Movie, 1952 IMDB

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US

1935 Graham Special Six [73]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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sixcyl FR

2006-07-12 01:38

[Image: camionnette2b0mh.2696.jpg]

yvon52 BE

2006-07-12 01:42



Aller couper une belle américaine en deux !!!

-- Last edit: 2006-07-12 01:43:15

sixcyl FR

2006-07-12 01:46

... on a bien coupé en 2 des belles Hotchkiss pour en faire des camionnettes après la guerre (pénuries...) alors pourquoi pas des américaines?... au fait Ford ou pas Ford? :think:

yvon52 BE

2006-07-12 01:48

Non je pense à une Terraplane

yvon52 BE

2006-07-12 15:23

L'aile est typique de 1933, mais ce n'est ni une Hudson, ni une Essex, ni une Terraplane. (mais très-très ressemblant)

pilou BE

2006-07-12 22:03

The grille is undoubtedly that of a 1934 Graham DeLuxe 6.This car has obviously undergone profound modifications to convert it into a small pick up truck , something current in the post war years.Even the hood louvres have been modified but the famous skirted front fenders are there.

sixcyl FR

2006-07-12 22:15

Alors 1934 Graham DeLuxe 6? çà fait bizarre comme désignation pour une camionnette , mais bon c'est un modèle "coupé" alors ?.... :D
Graham! ...j'avais jamais entendu parlé... :think:

yvon52 BE

2006-07-12 22:51

Marque plus connue comme Graham-Paige. Françoise Sagan en a eu une de 1939 avant de tomber amoureuse des Cadillac.

Phrase de Françoise Sagan: "Vaut mieux pleurer dans une Cadillac que dans une 2 CV"

yvon52 BE

2006-07-12 23:01

Pour moi, c'est une Graham 1933 de la serie Blue Streak 250

[Image: sol60graham1933bluestreak2508r.jpg]

J'ai le catalogue quelque part, mais je dois le retrouver

pilou BE

2006-07-13 00:11

After 1931 the cars name was simplified to Graham.So all post 1931 cars are Grahams and not Graham Paiges.1932 ,1933 and 1934 Grahams were very similar.The " Blue Streak" designation was used on the 1932/3 cars.The only way to easily distinguish a 32 from a 33/4 would be the front bumper.32's had a straight full front bumper , 33's a split front bumper and 34's a veed front bumper.But the original bumper has gone here.The wheelbase of the unit here seems to be the short 113-inches of the Graham six.


2006-07-13 00:31

I think the hood louvres seems to match the 1934 Graham 8 or Custom 8. The 6 had vertical louvres. It seems to have the short wheelbase though, but the frame might have been shortened when the car was converted.

pilou BE

2006-07-13 13:05

I have done further research on this one .As Daf 555 has rightly spotted, the hood louvres are horizontal and this is key observation.It could thus be a 1934 eight or custom eight but also a 1935 Graham Special Six in the First series that had exactly the hood louvres matching the car here.The First series special six of the 1935 Graham line continued to use the Blue Streak lines but more rounded out whereas the other series had the new 1935 bodies.The 1935 Graham Six in the first series rode on a 116 inch wheelbase.I think it is unlikely that the frame would have been shortened as the aim of the conversion was transport.I would thus go for a Graham Special Six in the First Series of 1935.

Graham Paige US

2009-10-18 07:00

It is a 1934 Graham 68 six cylinder. The hood lovers are correct. It has been converted to a truck of some sort. The coupe pictured above is incorrectly identified it is a 1934 model 69 8 cylinder.

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