Most car enthusiasts will say that cars are a form of art, expressing not just the thoughts of the one that designed them, but also speaking to the times in which they were built. Few cars exemplify that idea more than this 1940 Graham Sharknose Sedan, which could be said to be a poster-car for the Art Deco movement that had gained so much popularity in the years preceding World War II. Like in architecture, it lends the appearance of hyper industrialization, an idea that must have been in the forefront of any designers mind at the time. This Graham looks to have rolled right out of the Machine Age, and it is beautiful!
This car has been SOLD.
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