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  • studegary
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    This brings back memories. In the 1950s, the Studebaker dealer in Wappingers Falls, NY was Knight’s Garage. About a block from Knight’s was a body shop. The body shop owner had four Hollywood Grahams (the way that I remember them referred to). One was his everyday car, one was a stock car and the other two were considered to be parts cars (probably would be restored today).

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  • Buzzard
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    While I winter in Arizona, I have been privileged to have my best pal allow me to assist in performance and handling modifications on his '41 Graham Hollywood. Click image for larger version

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ID:	1728548Heck I even get to drive it and does it ever get the looks. It drives as good as it looks which is a rarity with most "hot rods" not finished to any degree of perfection.Click image for larger version

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    Bill

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  • Packard5687
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    I wish I knew the story of how that Graham came to be in Tulia, TX - and I wish I knew the fate of that car ...

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  • Chris Pile
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    Neat story - I always liked Grahams and Hupps.

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  • A Studebaker dealer with a rare Graham Hollywood in his shop

    Studebaker dealer Sam Appleton in the small farming town of Tulia, TX had a rare Graham Hollywood in his shop:
    https://56packardman.com/2019/06/25/...ham-hollywood/

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