Updating 1920 s home wiring
I have a trailer made from the front end of a Graham car. I have a couple of Graham-Paige wheels that I would like to sell.
They are wooden spoked (thick) and probably a 16 diameter?
One is in great shape, the other has a rusted & damaged rim. I have a 1935 Graham that I'm going to street rod, I will not be using the hood, front bumper, front fenders, radiator, wheels, Chassis, headlight buckets, windshield frame, maybe not the grille, window winders, door handles, speed-o cluster etc. I have seven 10 X 12 inch frameable poems by the late Edgar A. Each of these poems is printed on heavy weight parchment in sepia tone and represents a piece of Americana.
I wonder if there is someone in the club that would be interested in them. They were a promotional gift by a Graham automobile dealer in the Kansas City area many years ago. I am trying to help the daughter of Olan Chiles, a long time Paige collector and active member of AACA for many years.
We would be delighted to see a Graham enthusiast have an interest in these wheels. I tinker with old cars and know how hard it is to find parts and know there is probably someone out there that needs one of these. I think perhaps the envelope containing each of these poems is more valuable than the print. Olan passed away within the past three months and his family would like to dispose of his large collection of Paige literature and other related objects.