Reminds me a bit of the Beetle in the rear and a Volvo 544 from the early days.:smile:
This 1941 Graham Hollywood is one of approximately 1,378 examples produced by the American manufacturer, just 350 of which were built in the final year of production. Power is from a 218ci straight-six equipped with an optional supercharger and backed by a 3-speed manual transmission with a rare overdrive unit. Factory specifications include hydraulic drum brakes, an AM radio, roll-up windows, and a wool interior. This example was refurbished in the 1980s before being put on long-term display at the Branson Auto & Farm Museum in Missouri. The seller purchased the car from the museum in 2016 and refreshed the cosmetics, drivetrain, brakes, suspension, and installed a new $15k broadcloth wool interior. He has since added approximately 100 miles driving it to Dallas-area shows and events, where the car has received a handful of trophies and awards. This Graham Hollywood is now being offered with recent records, older photographs, and a clear Texas title in the seller’s name.