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"Feature Car of the Month"

John Quilter's

1969 Austin 100K


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Art Deco Cars That Are Still Beautiful Today

Spirit of Motion

The 1940 Graham sharknose.

Amos Northup of Murryay Body was hired to Sharknose Graham design a new model for 1938, but he died before the design was complete. It is believed the final design was completed by Graham engineers. The new 1938 Graham was introduced with the slogan "Spirit of Motion". The fenders, wheel openings and grille all appeared to be moving forward. The design was widely praised in the American press and by American designers. It also won the prestigious Concours D'Elegance in Paris, France. Wins were also recorded in the Prix d'Avant-Garde at Lyon, the Prix d'Elegance at Bordeaux, and the Grand Prix d'Honneur at Deauville, France. Its cut-back grille later gained the car the name "sharknose", which appears to have origins in the 1950s. The styling was a complete flop in sales. The most reliable estimates, from period publications, suggest the total production of all 3 years of these cars is between 6000 and 13,000 units. With this low production Graham limped through 1939 and 1940.

Owned and restored by our past club member Verne Ivy.

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EEVAC was founded in 1966 as an organization for those interested in restoring and maintaining 1928 to 1975 vehicles and to promote fellowship though club activities and good will through community involvement.

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MONTHLY MEETINGS are open to the public. They are held the second Sunday of the month, 4:00 PM., In the Irving Grange building on Irvington Rd, Eugene, Oregon





George Potter


Phone 541 554 6908


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PO Box 40191

Eugene, OR 97404