National Geographic : 1913 May
The Easiest Riding Ca In The World" T HE Marmon is a fitting ex pression of the elegant luxury of modern life combined with the high efficiency of modern indus try. Nothing that makes for com fort, convenience, or beauty has been overlooked; marvelous re sults that make for durability, power, economy, and capability have been achieved. The reputation of the car and its makers warrants the careful con sideration of every buyer who de mands the best. Detailed Information on Request NORDYKE & MARMON CO. (Established 1851) INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Sixty Years of Successful Manufacturing The Marmon "32" A sensible, logical car-a car of moderate size and capacity, meet ing every requirementfor touring and city use, with the economy in tires,fuel, and upkeep so important to the majorityof motorists. Four cylinder, 32 h. p ., 120-inch wheel base, electric starting andlighting system, with body types to meet every requirement and correspond ing equipment. Touring Car,$3000.00 f.o .b .factory. The Marmon "48" Six-cylinder, 48-80 h. p ., 145-inch wheel base-a large carwith small car advantages, a car with short turning ability, which eliminates the old objections to long wheel base-a car of wonderful and sur passing riding qualities; electric starting and lighting system, with body types to meet every requirement and correspondingequipment. Touring Car,$5000.00f.o .b .factory. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."