Indianapolis: Marmon Motor Car Co., circa 1930. Softcover. 23pp; 20 views from photographs, showing the Marmon Sixteen five- and seven-passenger sedans, the seven-passenger limousine, five-passenger convertible, five-passenger close-coupled sedan and two-door coupe, two-passenger coupe and convertible coupe, chassis, engine, etc. Bound in tan wrappers, stamped in silver and black. 8.75" x 11" Fine. Item #040560
Described herein as "the world's most advanced car....It rightfully belongs with the modern skyscraper, the modern airplane....Four years of uninterrupted designing [conceived in 1926], testing and refining....Sixteen cylinders. Two-hundred horsepower...." The Marmon Sixteen was produced for only three years, 1931-1934.