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Sixty8panther

Marmon Connection

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I arrived at the Indianapolis 500 having been just

completed, untested & unknown to the public.

Still, I managed to finish a respectable 11th place

and later this fact was used in a marketing

campaign.

The next year we (as a brand) won 25 of the 30

races we entered!

Later, one of my derivatives was named after an

exotic fictional animal which could be called a

Ursidae-Felinus.

This car is best remembered in yellow with a very

spartan body, monocle windshield & massive four

cylinder engine.

Also, one of my ancestors ran a solo cross country

endurance race known as the Cannonball Run.

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Yup... I guess it was a bit too easy.

6.4 liters of two-piece-cast bock 4-cylinder & it even had

a REAR mounted transmission eight decades before the

5th gen. Corvette.

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