Originality is irreplaceable. It is rarely found in an automobile of the quality, performance, elegant design and rarity of this Marmon Sixteen sedan. Howard Marmon was one of the visionaries of the early American automobile industry and as the Great Depression descended upon America he created one of the greatest automobiles ever built, the Marmon Sixteen. Introduced in 1930, production ended in 1933 long before its potential was realized. The coachwork design was uniquely Marmon, the epitome of sophisticated, understated elegance. No Cadillac, Lincoln, Packard or even Duesenberg holds a candle to the quality and performance of a Marmon Sixteen. This astoundingly original example offers eminent proof of that. It still wears its original paint. It is straight. It runs. Offered here "loosely assembled" with the hood removed and the original (but patched) interior loosely installed, it is a solid, rust-free California car. It has never felt the restorer's touch and is apparently undented and undamaged, a miraculous survivor that needs nothing more than careful mechanical attention to be a contender for coveted "Preservation" awards or the most marvelous basis for a sympathetic restoration to Concours-winning condition. A brilliant design by one of the acknowledged masters of American classic car design, the possibilities for this Marmon Sixteen Sedan are limited only by its buyer's imagination.
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