in-line six cylinder, L-head valve arrangement, 116 horsepower, 217.8 cubic inch displacement
Three speeds forward, one reverse
Steel, ladder construction
6.5 x 16"
By 1940, the Graham Company of Detroit, Michigan was in deep financial troubles. They needed to redesign their current vehicle line but did not have the financial resources required to retool and produce new body dies. In an attempt to save their ailing business they purchased used body dies from the recently-defunct Huppmobile Company and created a new model called the Hollywood. Interestingly, these body dies were purchased by Huppmobile from the defunct E.L. Cord Company who used these dies to produce the famous Cord Beverly sedan bodies in 1936 and 1937.