1910 Marmon Model 32 Roadster Vehicle Profile

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

1910 Marmon Model 32 photograph

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The Marmon Motor Car Company was founded in 1851 as the Nordyke & Marmon Company. They built a world-wide reputation for their design and construction of flour mills. The Nordyke & Marmon Company entered the automotive industry in 1902, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Company owner Howard Marmon was a believer in aluminum's weight-saving features and developed new ways of casting aluminum. The Marmon automobiles were one of the first to make extensive use of aluminum. The Model 30 featured a cast aluminum floor pan. The engine had a cast aluminum crankcase bolted to cast-iron cylinder jugs.

Powering the 1910 Marmon Roadster is a four-cylinder engine displacing 286 cubic-inches. It takes it name from its horsepower rating of 31.8 horsepower (rounded up to '32'). The car has a 112-inch wheelbase and was priced at $2,400 when new.


By Daniel Vaughan | Feb 2017


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