Monthly Archives: June 2013

Did someone mention Cord?

Arguably, the finest cars made in the first half of the 20th century came out of the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg plant in Auburn, Indiana under the ownership of Errett Lobban Cord. He also owned Lycoming Engines. The project started in 1931 as … Continue reading

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Let’s try something new!

If Stutz, Franklin and Duesenberg can do it, then why don’t we? Supercharge the Graham. Graham’s supercharger was conceived by Assistant Chief Engineer F.F. Kishline, who just happened to be a close friend of Fred Schwitzer of Schwitzer-Cummins. Between them, … Continue reading

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How deep are the Graham brother’s pockets?

The brothers are doing everything right – their engineering is sound, and they are respected businessmen. They come to work every day knowing that they are losing money, and go home every day with hope. But the pressure is too … Continue reading

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