National Geographic : 1920 Jul
The new MARMON idea in motor-car selling HERE has been no problem to sell the latest Marmon 3 4's -for anxious buyers await each completed car. Such is the tribute to advanced engineering-and most important of all, it comes from canny men-graduate mo torists who choose the Marmon 34 as their final car. A far more interesting situation has arisen-one that grew before we realized it-so engrossed were we in mak ing allotments of our current production: -the public began to think of the Marmon 34 as a Series! -the "second-hand" Marmon market disappeared! - renewed Marmons of the 34 series-dated during six years-began to command an unusual market! Restoration is so simple that any Marmon of the 34 series can be brought to complete usefulness and satisfaction. And every one brings betterments not found even in new cars of like price. Because basically sound This situation brings renewed Marmons at a lesser price. It insures stabilized value to each purchaser of a new Marmon. And all this we owe, of course, to advanced engineering and stabilized design. These principles account for long life, lasting newness. Of the 16,500 Marmon 34's built to date all are now brought into service as permanent cars, easily kept up to standard. Authorized Marmon distributors, under factory guidance, know how to make complete renewal. And to prove it, they back each renewed Marmon 34 with a liberal guarantee. To understand the importance of this new era, visit a Marmon distributor. Let him show you how stabilized design has brought stabilized investment. MARMON NORDYKE & MARMON COMPANY Established1851 34 INDIANAPOLIS, IND. J____ _ __ __ ^.^ _ __ _ ___-^ ^ __ "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"