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Gray Motor Corporation Detroit, Michigan

In 1921 Frank L. Klingensmith and Frank F. Beall took over the old established firm of the Gray Motor Company.

The Gray Motor Company built marine engines for many years. The company was organized into the Gray Motor Corporation for the sole purpose of making a new automobile called the Gray.

1922 Gray 4 Door Touring Car
1922 Gray 4 Door Touring Car

Frank L. Klingensmith was president of this company after spending many years with the Ford Motor Co. The Gray Motor Corporation's manufacturing plant was located on eighteen acres of land at Mack Avenue and the Terminal Railroad in Detroit, Michigan. The Gray was a low priced American Automobile. In it's initial showing in a New York Auto Show, the Gray was well received. Their first year of production comprised of orders received at this New York Auto Show.

1924 Gray 4 Door Sedan
1924 Gray 4 Door Sedan
For only $895.00 you could own a 1924 Gray Automobile!

1923 Gray Touring Roadster 1923 Gray Touring Roadster
1924 Gray Sedan 1924 Gray Sedan

The Gray magazine advertising on the left promoted the exceptional gas mileage that the 1923 Gray Touring Roadster regularly attained by thousands of Gray owners.  "Such economy testifies to the remarkably fine engineering of the Gray."  The Price of the 1923 Touring Roadster was $490.00

Promoting the Gray Four Door Sedan (right) this magazine ad stated - "Exceptional high quality of coach work, graceful lines, distinctive appearance with unbeaten economy, real comfort and mechanically right." Gray-1925.jpg

1925 Gray Five Passenger Touring Car
1925 Gray Five Passenger Touring Car

In 1925 The Gray Motor Corp. produced a three passenger Coupe that sold for $845.00, a five passenger Touring Car at $630.00 and a five passenger Sedan priced at $895.00. The engine in all three models was a four cylinder that produced 21 horsepower and had a wheelbase was 104 inches.

Restored 1924 Gray Touring Car
Restored 1924 Gray Touring Car
The Gray used a L-head 4 cylinder 161 cubic inch engine.

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