I’m willing to bet that the first time most people see a Graham “Sharknose” they have a hard time believing something that looks like that was actually manufactured and sold in the 1930s. It stands out, literally from just about any late ’30s car, a distinction it shares with a small number of uniquely styled prewar automobiles, usually much more expensive, like the Cords or Lincolns. Like another moderately priced car in the 1930s that had styling that was radical for its day, the Chrysler Airflow, it was too far out of the envelope for consumers to embrace.
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