2023 |Estate of Mark Smith Auction
1936 Graham Model 110 Supercharger Touring SedanRegister to Bid
$10,000 - $15,000| Without Reserve
Longtime Washington State Car Remaining in Unrestored Condition
Fitted with Powerful Supercharged Six-Cylinder Engine
A Rare Find Ideally Suited to Preservation-Minded Enthusiasts
224 CID Inline 6-Cylinder Engine
Graham Centrifugal Supercharger
112 HP at 4,000 RPM
3-Speed Manual Gearbox
4-Wheel Hydraulic Drum Brakes
Front Independent Suspension with Coil Springs
Rear Live Axle with Semi-Elliptical Leaf Springs
The Graham Brothers – Joseph, Robert, and Ray – made a sizable fortune in glassmaking after inventing the process for making bottles with a crown strong enough to use metal caps. Eventually, they decided to go into automobile manufacture by purchasing the Paige motor company in 1927.
This 1936 Graham Model 110 Supercharger Touring Sedan features the company’s centrifugal supercharger and was originally rated to produce an impressive 112 hp. Today, the Graham appears unrestored, with substantial patina throughout. It was purchased by Mark Smith in 2007 and appears to have been a longtime Washington State car, with old Washington registrations on file and 1963 Washington license plates fitted to it. With its eye-catching color and interesting mechanical specification, this Graham is a wonderful and rare find for aficionados of original automobiles.
*Please note that this Lot, like all vehicles in this Auction, has been in long-term static storage and may not be currently operational. It will require mechanical attention prior to any road use.
Gooding & Company presents and conducts the Estate of Mark Smith Auction under the authority of John J. Rendemonti, Executor of the Estate of Mark J. Smith, duly appointed by the Circuit Court of the State of New Hampshire, Probate Division, Case Number 312-2022-ET-00072. The Estate has compiled available title and/or registration paperwork for the Vehicles offered in the Auction and will provide such paperwork to the Buyer if it is available. However, as set forth more fully in the Conditions of Sale, neither the Estate nor Gooding makes any representation or warranty with respect to any existing certificate of title or registration with regard to any Lot in the Auction. Any Lot may be sold on a Bill of Sale. By participating in this Auction, all bidders and buyers recognize that Estate and Gooding have expressly disclaimed all such warranties concerning the availability or sufficiency of any title or registration documentation.