Gateway classic cars of Nashville is proud to offer for sale this unique and strikingly beautiful 1930 Graham 46. Graham-Paige was an American automobile manufacturer founded by the Graham brothers: Joseph, Robert and Ray Graham. These brothers started in manufacturing with a glass company, then graduated to manufacturing kits to turn Model Ts into trucks, and finally branched out to form an automobile manufacturer of their own in 1927, they purchased the Paige-Detroit Motor Company hence the name Graham-Paige. The inline 6 cylinder on this car measures 207 cubic inches in displacement and along with the manual 3 speed transmission have about 2,000 miles logged in since their rebuild. The current owner has gone to incredible lengths to preserve and restore this classic and it really should be in a museum behind a velvet rope for all to admire. This 1930 Graham - Paige has as standard equipment from 1930 Laminated safety glass, remember the Graham brother's roots in glass, and hydraulic brakes! Both of these features were nonexistence or rare in 1930. The owner states that the original trunk that is attached to the back has also been restored, recovered and ready for use, it currently houses the original owner's manual, a book written by Michael Keller tilted The Graham Legacy, a measured stick for checking fuel level, the hand crank and a modern fire extinguisher, just in case. So, if you own a car museum or collection and you do not have a 1930 Graham- Paige model 46, well here's your chance. If your on the Hunting for a 4-dr Ford, Chevrolet, Studebaker, Packard or any kind of 4-dr classic don't miss out on this machine! Options for this 1930 Graham- Paige include: Heater, Wire rims, wiper, Horn, and cloth interior. This 1930 Graham- Paige Model 46 can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD photos at www.gatewayclassiccars.com.