The Grant Motor Company produced a car in 1914 for $495 and had a factory capable of producing 10,000 cars a year.
The Grant had a 4-cylinder engine that achieved 30 MPG. The Grant had a foreign appearance that gave it an air of distinction. The bull nosed radiator, stream lined roomy body with moulded turtle back, wire wheels and close to the ground effect suggested its high priced construction.
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