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No doubt most folks haven’t heard of the Gray, even those folks who have a passing acquaintance with automotive history. Long story short, in 1920, former Packard, Cadillac and Ford bigwigs got together, bought out the Gray Engine Company in Detroit, and announced that they planned to take on Henry Ford’s Model T with a similarly priced four-cylinder car, but one that offered a conventional three-speed transmission and slightly more upscale styling. The Gray came to market two years later, sold on its fuel economy (30-plus MPG), and sold okay for the next few years, until the company folded in 1926. This 1925 Gray touring for sale on Hemmings.com is one of five known to exist, according to the seller.
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