While I like this old postcard, I still cannot forgive Del Taco for killing off Naugles.
Despite how cool we might think this car is today and it otherwise being quite advanced and well-built, the public of the time soundly rejected what became known as the shark-nose design. Within two years, the Graham brand name was gone from the automotive scene. After its service for war production, in 1947, Graham-Paige’s carmaking assets ended up with Kaiser-Frazer.
Ah, I will never cease to be mezmerized by the neon beauty of the Blue Swallow. For those that missed it, my previous post on this premier Route 66 landmark can be found here:
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