Graham-Paige Motors Corp.

Model 104 (1939-1941)

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Graham-Paige offered the Model 104 in 1939 — a standard tread version of the 32 H.P. model. Both tractors featured Delco-Remy electrical systems and Schebler carburetors. Graham Bradley tractors had an exceptionally wide range of speeds from 2 to 20 MPH. As a special inducement, the Graham automobile was optionally available with a Graham-Bradley tractor franchise and vice versa. The 1941 Tractor Field Book lists these models as being no longer in production. In 1945, ads appeared announcing a new line of Graham tractors that were to be produced in 1946. However, Graham-Paige became involved in the new Kaiser-Frazier Corp., and tractor production was shelved for good in the rush to get the new Kaiser and Frazier automobiles onto the market.

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