1932 Marmon Sixteen Victoria Coupe

One of five known surviving examples of the mighty Marmon Sixteen with this handsome LeBaron-built Victoria Coupe coachwork. Wonderfully restored by Stone Barn Restorations of New Jersey and meticulously maintained in the ensuing years, it boasts well-known history with a series of high-profile collectors, and has earned numerous awards and accolades, including an AACA President’s Cup and Senior Award, and class awards at Pebble Beach, Meadowbrook, and The Glenmoor Gathering. Powered by a rebuilt 491 cubic-inch V16 engine fitted with new reproduction cylinder heads made by Edelbrock Engineering, capable of at least 200 horsepower. Paired with a 3-speed manual with added overdrive, it is a superlative machine for long-distance touring. Undoubtedly one of the finest motorcars born of the “multi-cylinder” war of the early 30s, the Marmon Sixteen stands above the competition with power, prestige, and performance that few could match. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.


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Stock number 7379

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