National Geographic : 1913 Dec
g e~-~-------- -- _ -- ~,--~c---~ ~----~ ~--=--~--~-~I. ._ r_--~ ---===~---="5 ------ - -~- An Advertisement Written By Marmon Owners "The Marmon is a car of fine materials and highly skilled workmanship." * * * "I consider its greatest claim to recogni tion to be the perfect balance and harmony of proportion which can only result from long experience and intelligent, conscien tious application." * * * "It represents the best there is in the things which are vital in a motor car." * * * "Its easy riding qualities, silent engine, splendid oiling system, economy in tires, and numerous other good points make it the ideal automobile." ***"There neverwasahilltoohighformetoclimbora road so rough that I could not 'step along' in comfort." *** "The upkeep has been practically nothing." * * * "Every part is as good as the day it was turned out of the factory." ***"The old dream of possessing an automobile that would be good for years has come true." * * * "The Marmon 'hall-mark' stands for more for your money in wearing quality and general satis faction than can be procured elsewhere." The names of owners who have written the above, with many other letters, are published in a folder, "Over 10,000 Miles in Marmon Cars," which, together with a handsome illustratedbrochure showing Marmon cars in service and the 1914 advance Catalog, will be mailed you on request. Detailed information on request. The 1914 Marmon The Marmon "Thirty Two" Price, $3,000. Four-cylinder, 32-40 h. p., 120-inch wheel base, body types and equip ment to meet every requirement. A rational, logical car for touring and city use. Years of satisfactory service have proved its economy in tires, fuel, and upkeep-plus smooth, delightful operation and durability. The Marmon "Forty Eight" Price, $5,000. Six-cylinder, 48-80 h. p., 145-inch wheel base with short turning ability eliminating the old objections to long wheel base. Body types and equip ment to meet every requirement. The only big car with small-car advantages. Wonder ful riding qualities and surpassing power and flexibility. A car developed by years of exacting tests. Nordyke & Farmon Co. INDIANAPOLIS (Established - 1851 ) INDIANA Sixty YearS of i e cesa 1 Msarxxi fagctrii x i "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."