These cars are rapidly disappearing from the American landscape, largely because so few were built and the company went out of business so long ago. Long a favorite of collectors, most of those remaining are in the hands of people who collect for purposes of restoration.
Welcome, Friends! It’s been a lot of fun hosting the open house and enjoying the company of auto and aviation connoisseurs from around the country! I’ve learned a lot about the process of auctions and how they work and been blessed to work with folks who are specializing in the hottest ‘hot rod’ market to […]
One Of A Kind 1962 Marmon Harrington is, literally, the last — the only — one. Check out this article by truck and automobile historian Troy Miller Here’s an excerpt: The history of Marmon can be traced all the way back to the mid-1800s. Marmon began in 1851 as the Nordyke and Marmon Machine Company, […]