The Griffith Years
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In our quest to preserve and protect the Griffith legacy and name we have finished registration and ownership of the Griffith corporate name, logo, shape of car and all aspects of the Griffith organization.
With all of the legal work completed, the Griffith name, trademark, logo and shape of automobile are safely registered and preserved for all time. It is no longer Public Domain and cannot be used without licensing by the Griffith Motorcar Company.
At the current time we are exploring the possibility of introducing the Griffith "G-2", or Generation 2 automobile. Based on the Series 400 body, this new component car is planned to be built on the original 85.5" wheelbase body and then offered in a 90" wheelbase model.
Since there was one Griffith roadster built, and eventually driven in limited sports car competition, we will be exploring the possibility of producing a 90" wheelbase roadster model and, down the line, a reproduction of the original Series 200 body style. Marketing feasibility will dictate our direction.
We have conferred with a member of a vintage sports car competition group and was told that if we "...make the car cosmetically correct and prepared to be powered with the original [design] powerplant (i.e., Ford 289/302 smallblock)..." that they would put "...wheels on the track."
This is an exciting time for the marque and for us all.
We have made inroads with electrical harness, rear windscreen, instrumentation and suspension manufacturers and suppliers for a limited production of the first year of introduction.
Several engineering changes are in the planning stages and will be made in the effort to improve handling and safety.
Keep an eye on this site for any further developments for this exciting new car.