1929 Marmon Roosevelt (Barnfind)
This rare Marmon Roosevelt has been in a midwest barn for decades. The heirs are ready to part with their fathers collection.
The Roosevelt was manufactured by the Marmon Motor Car Company of Indianapolis, Indiana, during the 1929 and 1930.
Roosevelt was named after President Theodore Roosevelt. The Roosevelt was the first automobile in America with a straight-eight engine that was priced under $1,000, with the sedan and coupe selling for $995.
One of the unique features of the 29 Roosevelt was the horn button. It served 3 purposes. Push down and it would honk, pull up and it was the starter, and turn it to turn the head lights on and off. It also had a cameo of Theodore Roosevelt, black and white, on the front top middle of the radiator.
Come out to Allen, Texas on March 9, 2019 and check out this historic automobile that has a connection to Theodore Roosevelt.
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