National Geographic : 1914 Sep
Ih.Easiest Ridm CarInThe orld A ilO MARMON "41" An Extraordinary Car You should be interested in the printed description of this SNew Marmon "Forty-One." It tells of its distinctive engine, clutch, and oiling system, and many other Chassis details. It explains the new Bosch starting and lighting system and other refinements of equipment. The beauties of the new bodies are illustrated from photographs. But no printed or spoken words will give you an adequate idea of why we term this "an extraordinary car." Performance, the pleasure of a demonstration, brings the realization that this car really does things that make it extra ordinary. Its operation, at any speed, under any road condition, will open your eyes to a new meaning of motoring ability and value. Marmon "41" is sold on proof of value. May we prove it to you? Marmon "41" Marmon "41" Marmon "48" Five-passenger Car Seven-passenger Car Seven-passenger Car $3250 $3350 $5000 Detailed Information on Request. Nordyke & Marmon Company (ESTABLISHED 1851) INDIANAPOLIS, - - - - INDIANA "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."