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Amos Northup of Murray Body was hired to design the 1938 model, but his death caused the final design to be completed by Graham engineers. The new model was introduced with the slogan "Spirit of Motion". The fenders, wheel openings and grille all appeared to be moving forward. The design was widely praised by the American press and designers. It also won the Concours d'Elegance in Paris. Note how the cheering people in the advertisement are looking into the distance where the car is heading.

1938 "Sharknose" Graham “Spirit of Motion” design by the famous Amos Northup.

Sentinel tractor, Simmonds, Hunt & Montgomery, Liverpool

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Now THAT is a manly motorcycle! : funny

Now THAT is a manly motorcycle! : funny

Graham Hollywoods - circa 1941

Automotive Afterlives: Graham-Paige

On March Joseph Graham told Graham company stockholders that the time had come for Graham-Paige Motors to 'permanently retire from manufacturing compl

1924 Ford Motor Home

A fancy homebuilt motorhome, built on a Ford Model TT truck chassis in Ohio, 1924 from Crazy Wooden Homes on Wheels Are Ripped Out of Victorian Dreams

1930s South American streamlined truck

South American Streamliner and Mobile Cinema Train 1942

1940 Ford Pickup Truck Flathead

1940 Ford Pickup Truck Flathead Vintage Wall Graphic Vinyl Decal Man Cave Art