The HCM Special V12 We go for a ride in a Teague designed Marmon
In 1932 Howard C. Marmon tried to save is automobile company with this car. It wasn't enough. This car was part of the Schoenthaler collection when we took this ride.
This car was designed by Walter Dorwin Teague. When the Schoenthalers brought this car to Pebble Beach they invited Mr. Teague. It was the first time he had seen the car in 70 years.
1936 Cord 810/812: The Beautiful Baby Duesenberg That Never Caught On - Jay Leno's Garage
1936 Cord 810/812: The Beautiful Baby Duesenberg That Never Caught On.
Marking its 75th anniversary this year, the classic Cord 810/812 flopped in
the 1930s because of an early reputation for unreliability. Nevertheless,
it's one of the most beautiful sedans in Jay Leno's garage.
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Building the Legendary Marmon Wasp
The guys tackled the monumental task of recreating the Godfather of all
race cars.The Marmon Wasp won the inaugural 500 mile race at Indy back in
1911, setting new standards on race car technology and strategy along the
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Unrestored Diamond T pickup truck
For years I'd make a trip to North Portland to run a once a week errand. On
the way back, I'd always drive by this house to see this truck parked out
front. It's been here for years ! Ten at least. Today I made a point to
drive down this street and video this awesome old Diamond T pickup just to
record a glimpse of the coolest truck in the neighborhood. I'm speaking
softly, as I've never met the owner and would hate to meet on bad terms.
1947 Timbs Special
an engineer/mechanic named Norman Timbs made this interesting car based
very loosly on the Auto Union record streamliner cars of the late 1930s.
It has a buick straight 8 (most likely because that was the highest powered
engine any normal person could get) which is in the middle, in front of the
rear wheels, ford and packard parts, gas tank behind the engine and a spare
Reedmans Cat 3406E Max Marmon. Fri 31/03/12
Robbie Reedman at the wheel of Reedmans 1996 Max Marmon "Electric Blue".
The truck is powered by a Cat 3406E at 500 hp and is hauling 23.5 t of
concrete culverts. The load was from Echuca, and destined for Hamilton, in
the states South West. The truck is first seen at Havelock, between
Maryborough and Dunolly. Then dropping down hill into Avoca on the Jakes,
and then finally leaving Elmhurst. Fri 31/03/12
1939 Super Sonic
Lance Lambert talks to Earl Rubenstein at the Automobile Driving Museum in
El Segundo, CA about this unusual, one-of-a-kind vehicle. This is a short
segment from a longer episode of The Vintage Vehicle Show.
Marmon Automobile Company Documentary Demo
This is a demo or test for an upcoming film about the Marmon Automobile
Company and its founders. This presentation is being used to market the
project in order for us to obtain producers for this project.
Marmon Motor Car Company was an automobile manufacturer founded by Howard
Marmon and owned by Nordyke Marmon & Company of Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
It was established in 1902 and was merged and renamed in 1933. They
produced cars under the Marmon brand. It was succeeded by Marmon-Herrington
and later the Marmon Motor Company of Denton, Texas. The name currently
survives through the Marmon Group of Chicago, Illinois.
The Model 32 of 1909 spawned the Wasp, winner of the first Indianapolis 500
motor race. This car featured the world's first rear-view mirror.