Marmon

Worth Restoring? 1929 Marmon Roosevelt

In the early 1900s, manufacturers of all kinds tried their hand at building cars. There were hundreds of car manufactures. Some companies built “assembled” cars from readily available engines, bodies, and other parts. Marmon was founded in 1851 and… more»

Update On The 1917 Marmon Model 34 Touring

West Auctions is a great place to look whether you’re shopping for cement blocks, a forklift or perhaps a Lamborghini Gallardo. Recently I wrote about a Marmon they are going to auction but their description left a lot of unanswered questions. I drove… more»

1917 Marmon Model 34 Convertible Sedan Auction

Marmon is not a car manufacturer familiar to many folks. Their cars were very advanced for the time and known for their reliability. In 1916 a Model 34 was driven across the US in less than 6 days, beating the… more»

A Little Blue: 1927 Marmon Little 8 Sedan

Marmon is another car company few remember. They started out in 1851 making millstones and worked their way up to 16 Cylinder luxury cars. Marmon cars were known for being well engineered and they pioneered several interesting innovations like the rear… more»

The Cheapest Marmon Sixteen!

The seller of this 1931 Marmon V16 claims it is the cheapest of its kind in the entire world, but then again it is probably the roughest one too! These massive prewar machines are exceptionally rare and as the… more»