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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.


 


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