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GROUP B                                      GROUP F

Custom radio, 6-tube,                             Same as group B except the heater item

including adjustable cowl                 which is the under-seat type equipped with

Aerial and Graham special                both defroster and fresh-air units complete

instrument panel control                    GROUP M

With automatic tuning                          “Norol” hill holder

Heavy-duty battery,                                 Custom radio, 6-tube, including adjustable cowl

Numbers 184, 185, or 590                    License plate frames, pair stainless steel

Under-seat heater with                          Gas tank cap, electric lock

defroster unit complete                         GROUP G

                                                                 Custom radio, 6-tube, including adjustable

GROUP Q                                                cowl type aerial and Graham special

Type aerial and Graham                      instrument panel control with auto-tuning

special instrument panel                    Heavy-duty battery

With automatic tuning                        Flexible chrome-spoke steering wheel

Heavy-duty battery                                  with chrome horn ring

Cowl type heater with                             Electric clock

defroster                                                            GROUP V

                                                                                    Flexible chrome-spoke steering wheel

GROUP K                                        with chrome horn ring

Oil bath air-cleaner in                           Custom electric clock

place of dry air cleaner                          Under-seat heater with defroster

Fram oil filter                                                 GROUP C

GROUP Z                                      Flexible chrome-spoke steering wheel

Flexible chrome-spoke                             with chrome horn ring

steering wheel with                                  Electric clock

Chrome horn ring

Custom electric clock

Under-seat heater with

defroster and fresh air

Unit complete

Chrome horn ring

GROUP D

Flexible chrome-spoke steering wheel with

Chrome horn ring

Electric clock


Cowl type 3-way heater with defroster                                

The following item are standard on custom models: Flexible chrome steering wheel with chrome horn ring, Electric clock, Cigar lighter automatic type, Radiator ornament, Chrome wheel rings, Chrome vertical moldings on radiator apron, Speedometer with 1000 mile trip indicator, Rubber foam cushion front and rear seats, carpet in drivers compartment, door scuff plate

Factory#

184


185


278

70*

155*

563

174

276

277

60

274

142

143

161*

169


61*

137

250

158*

177

275*

40

279

37*

570

571

210

215*

216*

32

285*

286*

287*

288*

130

131


138

139

140

141

149

144

Description

120-ampere hour battery for substitution on Deluxe and

custom senior models equipped with supercharger.

120-ampere hour battery for substitution on Deluxe and custom senior

models without supercharger.

Bumper guard for the center of front bumper

Cigar lighter, Electric automatic type

Clock, custom electric in instrument panel

Directional signal flasher, Pair

Heater, cowl type, 3-way with defroster unit complete

Heater, under-seat type with defroster unit complete

Heater, under-seat with defroster and fresh air units

Oil filter, Fram

Oil filter cartridge for replacement

Oil bath air cleaner for models without supercharger

Oil bath air cleaner for models with supercharger

Radiator ornament, custom plastic

Custom radio, 6-tube, including aerial and Graham special instrument

panel control with automatic tuning

Steering wheel, flexible chrome-spoke type

Spotlight, full chrome

 Stone shield for rear bumper

Wheel rings, chrome plated, set of 5

Wheel discs, chrome plated, set of 5

Chrome vertical moldings on radiator apron

Wheels, chrome plated, set of 5

Chrome plated steering column, bracket, remote shift

Speedometer, 1000 mile trip, in place of regular speedometer

Custom bumper and guards, front and rear

Custom center guard rails (2) front only, use with item 570

Running board, pair

 Door scuff plates, 4-door

 Door scuff plates, 2-door, coupe

Overdrive transmission

Rubber foam cushion, front

Rubber foam cushion, rear

Rubber foam cushion, front and rear

Carpet for drivers compartment

 Right hand fog light, brackets, wiring, and switch complete

 Right hand fog lights, complete assemblies

FOG LAMPS, GRAHAM, TRIPPE SAFETY LAMPS

in full chrome, single

 in full chrome, pair

in black enamel, single

in black enamel, pair

Gasoline tank cap, electric lock

Hill holder, “No-Rol”

* These items are standard on Custom Models

ITEM #    DESCRIPTION

289

75

76

85

86

562

164

207

204

205

132

178

136

74

78

79

80

197

198

203

200

201

170

171

172

270

271

172

370

371

372

         Carpet covered cowl pads for drivers compartment (pair)
Battery charger complete with receptacle

Battery receptacle, extra

       Blue Coral cleaner, 160oz. Bottle

       Blue Coral preservative sealer, jar

       Blue Coral preservative sealer, garage size

       Colloidal Graphite, 10-oz. can

       Easy-on continuous tire chains, size 6.00 X 16

       Easy-on continuous tire chains, size 6.25 X 16

       Easy-on continuous tire chains, size 6.50 X 16

       Fender guide

       Insect screen for 1938, 1939, and 1940 models

       Kool-cushion, removable ventilated seat cushion

       License plate frames, chrome plated (pair)

Mirror clock, pull wind

Mirror clock, Swiss 8-day

      Run-in oil for gasoline tank, 4-oz. Can

      Tool kit special

      Tool kit deluxe, in genuine leather zipper case

      Tire pump, hand type

      Tire chains, emergency unit type

      Winter cover for radiator for 1938, 1939, and 1940 models

      Front and rear seats, 4-door

      Front seat, 4-door

      Rear seat, 4-door

      Front and rear seats, 2-door deluxe & custom sedans

      Front seats, Pair, 2-door deluxe & custom sedans

      Rear seat, 2-door deluxe & custom sedans

      Front and rear seats, Combination coupe

      Front seats, pair, Combination coupe

      Rear seats, Combination coupe

                Custom Color Options: Optional equipment without extra charge, custom models: 40-11,40-12, 40-21, 40-22,

40-23, and 40-24

Trim & Upholstery Options: Optional equipment without extra charge on custom models

40-411

40-512

40-513

40-514

Crush-proof Mohair

Blue antique leather

Red antique leather

Brown antique leather

CARPET: Carpet is used in all models on the rear floorboards and a rubber mat is used on the front floorboards in the standard of special (Deluxe) models. The custom model is also carpeted on the front floorboards, and the side cowl panels.

HANDLES: Inside door handles and window cranks depict the same design as the hood emblem. Gray knobs are used on standard models and tan knobs used on custom models. Early 1938 models came with 1937 handles and cranks. On 1940 models there is a variance in the style of handles but they were matched throughout the car. A tee widow crank is used on the rear windows of most combination coupes. The escutcheons are chrome plated with a plastic insert, gray for standard models, and tan for the custom models. On some combination coupes, the escutcheons are all metal.

INSTRUMENT PANEL: All deluxe models have the dash panel and garnish moldings Mahogany-grain, and the custom models are lacquered to harmonize with the upholstery. The plastic inserts in the dash along with the speedometer and clock bezels, and the center grill are gray for standard/deluxe models and tan for the custom models. The clock and speedometer hands are matched, 1938 &1939 models the hands are red and in an offset pattern. The ’38 & ’39 speedometers have a split reading with the speed read out on top and tach readout on the bottom. The 1940 speedometer just had the speed readout. A cigar lighter is standard equipment on the custom models and optional on deluxe models. A single windshield wiper motor operates both wipers with a single control on top and center of the dash.

UPHOLSTERY: 1938 AND 1939 Deluxe models have two tone Glengary gray cloth seats, doors and sidewalls. The roof is lined with headlining cloth to match. Mohair or leather upholstery is optional. On custom models, Inverness brown Bedford cloth is used on the seats, doors and sidewalls, and the roof is headlined with cloth to match. Mohair or leather upholstery is optional. 1940 Deluxe models are upholstered as follows: four door sedans and combination coupes have wool face light tan herringbone cloth on seat backs and cushions with matching cloth on doors, sidewalls, and headlining. Two door sedans have gray twist on seat backs and cushions and matching gray cloth on headlining. Custom models use broadcloth with two-tone combinations, unless specified, will be done as follows:

Body color

Number 

40-1

40-2

40-3

40-4

40-5  

Exterior body

Color

Black

Monterey blue

Rainier gray

Yosemite green 

Sierra brown  

Cushions

Seat backs

Navy blue 

Navy blue 

Navy blue 

Dark green

Dark green

Sidewall

  Headlining

Gray

Gray

Gray

light green

Tan

OTHER INFORMATION

                       Running boards are used on the 1938 models, and optional on 1939 models. In place of the running boards there is a rocker panel with two stainless strips trimmed in red.

                      Windshield wipers lay to the outside of the windshield when at rest.

                       Taillight assemblies for the four-door are larger than the taillight assemblies used on the combination coupe. The glass is the same size.

                        A  ll three years used the same hubcap style with the name Graham printed in the center of the hubcap, with two designs above and below the name. The letters and the inside of the designs are painted red.

                      The stainless body side trim has two groves that is painted red.

                      Black fender welt is used for body to fender separation and grill to fender separation.

                      The spare tire on the 1938 and 1939 models lay flat in the trunk, and stand in a wheel-well in the trunk of the 1940 model.

                       The trunk interior is covered with flocking to match the color of the car, and the floor is covered with a rubber mat.

                       The safety glass is marked with LOF markings.

GRAHAM COLORS

      1938

38-1 Black

38-2,3 Baron Blue

38-4 Renfrew Green

38-5 Viceroy 

38-6 Casino Brown 

38-7 Tiffany Bronze

38-8 Ayshire Agate 

38-9 New Ivory 

38-10 Glasgow

38-11 Rose Marie Maroon

      1938 1939 1940

39-1 Black

39-2 Riviera Blue 

39-3 Airliner Gray

39-4 Meadow Green 

39-5 Monte-Carlo Bronze

39-11 Egyptian Ivory 40-6 Catalina Blue

38-8 Ayshire Agate 

39-13 Maple Leaf Green 

39-17 Regal Maroon


      1938 1939 1940

 40-1 Black

 40-2 Monterey Blue Iridesc.

40-3 Rainier Gray Iridesc.

40-4 Yosemite Green Iridesc.

40-5 Sierra Brown Iridesc.

40-6 Catalina Blue

40-11 Burlingame Ivory

40-12 Empire Maroon Irides.


               1939 tow tone combinations: Three standard combinations either blue, green, or black, all three having gray roofs, hood louvers, wheel discs, and stop lamps, or any other combination that the customer wanted. Examples: Dark Green/ Light Green, Ivory/ Maroon

                Cars painted in two-tone are painted down to the roof belt line, and the hood louvers, grill, and wheels painted the same color as the roof.

Paint No.             Bodies & Fenders               Striping                        Wheels

38-1

38-3

38-4


38-5

38-6


38-7

38-8

38-9


38-10


40-1

40-1

40-2

40-3

40-4

40-5

40-6

40-11

40-12

Black

Baron blue

Renfrew Green  


Viceroy Maroon

Casino Brown


Tiffany Bronze

Ayshire Agate

New Ivory 


Glasgow gray


Black 

Black   

Monterey Blue 

Rainier Gray

Yosemite Green   

Sierra Brown  

Catalina Blue 

Burlingame Ivory

Empire Maroon 

Silver Black

Silver 

Discs-Renfrew Green 

Rims-Light Green 

Silver 

Discs-Casino Brown 

Rims-Persian Red

 Light Green

Light Green 

Discs-New Ivory 

Rims-Vermillion

Discs- Glasgow Gray 

Rims-Java Red 

Red

Silver 

Silver French Gray 

Canyon Red 

Eldorado Yellow 

 Sierra Brown 

Eldorado Yellow 


Silver 

Black
Baron Blue

Discs-Light green

Rims-Renfrew Green

Viceroy Maroon

Discs-Persian Red

 Rims-Casino Brown

 Tiffany Bronze

Ayshire Agate

Discs-Vermillion

 Rims-New Ivory

Discs-Java Red

Rims-Glasgow Gray

 Black

Red

Monterey Blue

Rainier Gray

Yosemite Green

Tacoma Cream

Catalina Blue

Canyon red

Empire Maroon

TWO-TONE COMBINATIONS:

40-21 Black with Silver French Gray

40-22 Monterey Blue with Silver French Gray

40-23 Yosemite Green with Silver French Gray

40-24 Empire Maroon with Burlingame Ivory

  ENGINE

                   The Graham engine is a six cylinder “L” head. Cylinder bore is 3 ¼” with a 4 3/8” stroke and a cubic inch displacement of 217.8” with an optional supercharger.

                    Carburetion for ’38 and ’39 models used Marvel carburetors, model C-2 for Non-supercharged and C-3 for Supercharged engines both with a manual choke. The ’40 models used a carter WA-1, a 472-S for non-supercharged and 473-S supercharged engines and having an automatic choke.

                     Distributor for all three years uses the Delco 623-A on non-supercharged engines and 623-S on supercharged engines and they are painted black.

                    Ignition coil is a Delco number 1115022 on non-supercharged cars, and Delco 1115127 on the supercharged cars. It is mounted under the dash on the firewall.]

                    Generator is the Delco number 110045 on the non-supercharged engines, and 1100007 on the supercharged engines, and both are painted black.

                    Starter on all years is the Delco number 739-T and is painted Black.

                     Engine colors for ’38 and ’39 models used Battleship gray, and the ’40 are painted black.

                   Fuel lines are copper from the fuel tank to the carburetor with the exception of a fuel line hose from the frame to the fuel pump.

                    Cylinder head is made of cast iron with an aluminum head being an option on non-supercharged engines, and standard on supercharged engines. The spark plugs have a black base, and the cylinder head is painted the same color as the engine.

                    Supercharged engine has dual exhaust with a heat shield for cooling the fuel pump, an additional sheave for the drive belts, has copper oil lines for the supercharger lubrication, copper water lines for supercharger heating, and has a spark plug wire separator mounted on the crossover pipe.

                       Exhaust for the non-supercharged engine is single exhaust, the supercharged engine has dual exhaust form engine to muffler and single tail pipe on back.

                      Plumbing is all copper lines. Hoses are black using wire type clamps.

                      The Graham engine is a six cylinder “L” head. Cylinder bore is 3 ¼” with a 4 3/8” stroke and a cubic inch displacement of 217.8” with an optional supercharger.

                       Carburetion for ’38 and ’39 models used Marvel carburetors, model C-2 for Non-supercharged and C-3 for Supercharged engines both with a manual choke. The ’40 models used a carter WA-1, a 472-S for non-supercharged and 473-S supercharged engines and having an automatic choke.

                       Distributor for all three years uses the Delco 623-A on non-supercharged engines and 623-S on supercharged engines and they are painted black.

                       Ignition coil is a Delco number 1115022 on non-supercharged cars, and Delco 1115127 on the supercharged cars. It is mounted under the dash on the firewall.]

                       Generator is the Delco number 110045 on the non-supercharged engines, and 1100007 on the supercharged engines, and both are painted black.

                       Starter on all years is the Delco number 739-T and is painted Black.

                       Engine colors for ’38 and ’39 models used Battleship gray, and the ’40 are painted black.

                       Fuel lines are copper from the fuel tank to the carburetor with the exception of a fuel line hose from the frame to the fuel pump.

                      Cylinder head is made of cast iron with an aluminum head being an option on non-supercharged engines, and standard on supercharged engines. The spark plugs have a black base, and the cylinder head is painted the same color as the engine.

                       Supercharged engine has dual exhaust with a heat shield for cooling the fuel pump, an additional sheave for the drive belts, has copper oil lines for the supercharger lubrication, copper water lines for supercharger heating, and has a spark plug wire separator mounted on the crossover pipe.

                   Exhaust for the non-supercharged engine is single exhaust, the supercharged engine has dual exhaust form engine to muffler and single tail pipe on back.

                     Plumbing is all copper lines. Hoses are black using wire type clamps.

                    Electrical system is a six-volt, positive ground system. The battery is mounted on the firewall on the L.H. side and used a Willard battery. A third brush along with an external regulator does the voltage control.

                     WIRE COLORS ARE AS FOLLOWS: Spark plug wires- yellow, Standard horn-Red and black, Optional horn-Yellow with black tracer from relay, Horn relay-B terminal red wires and S terminal is a black wire, Distributor wire to coil (small wire) Red with yellow tracer, Distributor wire to optional overdrive kick-down switch- Red with yellow tracer, Overdrive relay B & S terminals are Red wires H terminal is a Yellow wire,         Generator wires are Red and Brown, Voltage regulator B & G terminals have red wires, the F terminal is Brown, Generator 710045 has a cutout relay on top, Generator 1100007 does not, Temperature gauge sender wire is Black, license plate wire is Black, the stop and tail light wires are Green and Black, the fuel sender wire is Green with a Black tracer, and the stop light switch wire is Green.

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