What does "GB" stand for


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What does "GB" stand for

george I recently bought a farm in PA and found
a 2 car junk yard in the back woods. One
car is a 50's open car used for the track
(with an "A38" on the doors, no motor or
trans.
The other is a long based truck from the 20's
with flat head motor, starter,carb, plugs
intact. The front axel hubs have an aluminum
cap with big letters "GB" Anyone know
what make this truck might be?
Thanks

manuel : I recently bought a farm in PA and found
: a 2 car junk yard in the back woods. One
: car is a 50's open car used for the track
: (with an "A38" on the doors, no motor or
: trans.
: The other is a long based truck from the 20's
: with flat head motor, starter,carb, plugs
: intact. The front axel hubs have an aluminum
: cap with big letters "GB" Anyone know
: what make this truck might be?
: Thanks

George,
Back in the 1920's three brothers used to put their names on Dodge trucks.
They were the Graham Brothers. They made some deal with Dodge to rename their trucks. By the 1930's it was all finished.
Hope this helps.
Manuel

George Your right, I found
a plate on the windshield]
frame.


George Your right, I found
a plate on the windshield]
frame.


Tim Blaise Graham Brothers usually in the 20's and even now they put there company logo on the wheels. I hope that this helps you out.

brian handy : Your right, I found
: a plate on the windshield]
: frame.

: I just read this old email on the internet
do you still have that Graham? I might be interested Brian Handy



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