1929 Marmon body #127 Sport coupe golf door coupe side mounts straight 8 runs
Sale price: $7,777.77 make an offer
Pending offersDate: 2016-03-14
Bruno H??gli (from Schweiz) offered 2000 usd
Bruno H??gli (from Schweiz) offered usd
Bruno H??gli offered 2000 usd
Seller's notes: "This a rare old car that needs restoring so selling as a parts car."
Sale type: Fixed price listing
Sale type: Fixed price listing
Technical specifications, photos and description:
|Model:||90 golf door coupe|
|Type:||golf door coupe with side mounts|
|Color:||brownish and yellow, black fenders|
|Trim:||Original twin side mounts|
|Vehicle Title:||Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Rec|
|Got questions?||Ask here!|
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1929 Marmon body #127 Sport coupe golf door coupe side mounts straight 8 runs for sale
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You are looking at 1929 Marmon that need lots of work rare Marmon Model 90 body Number 127 need radiator shell will pay premium for radiator and shell for this car I have not been able to find so used ford rad and shell can go with this car. She runs good good oil pressure good running gear smokes when first started for a minute or two but stops and runs very smooth and no smoke. The seat spring are in storage need cloth. Golf door is in storage will find and put on. Only bad spot is where garage leaked water on the soft top fabric and rusted the metal under that one spot and stayed wet on that spot for days on end. rest of the car looks very very good easy fix as can copy other side for the perfect fit.
Dear piggletman. /strong>
Sir. Upon further investigation. I believe you'll find your car to be a 1929 Marmon Model 68 Coupe rather than a 1928 Marmon Roosevelt. The first hint is the body plate indicating a "Series 68". Roosevelts weren't introduced until February 1929. The Roosevelt cowl had two vents rather than the one and the parking lights on the Roosevelt were mounted next to the windshield rather the over the side mounts. The center of the Roosevelt steering wheel is different than yours. The one you picture is a Model 78/68 style wheel. I don't believe the Roosevelt had a trim line that ran from the belt line forward of the door along the frame where the 68 did. The number "127" is the body serial number from Hayes and not the car's model number. The Fedco serial no. plate on the dash to the left of the steering column appears damaged. Find the motor number and the Marmon Club can give you answers and likely provide parts. Hope this helps. Rick (1917 Marmon 34 and 1929 Marmon 78)
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Comments and questions to the seller:from Bob gregory, dated 12 august 2015
If the car is still for sale I may have a interest. If so pls send your phone number and I will call. I am in Hilton Head, SC. Thanks Bob
from garis burton, dated 13 march 2015
do you still have the marmom would like to buy it please let me know thank you
from Antonio Brunet, dated 02 june 2014
Hi letme now the location of the car
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from Jose, dated 31 may 2014
Hello! I am restoring a marmon 78 sedan of 1929 and my question is if you have pieces?
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