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Continental in 1913 Marmon???


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On one of those"ask the Editors" pages  in American Chauffeur, Vol 3, page 280 (full view on hathitrust)  someone asked what motor was in a 1913 Marmon (didn't say 4 or 6) and the reply was  "Continental'...

I'd always assumed Marmon built their own engines; anything to this???

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In my copy of the Marmon Heritage, I can find NO reference to Continental engines being used in models 32 or 48. Every indication is that the engines used in these cars were of Marmon design.

 

Frank

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Many thxx for clarifications---just another of the little errors that creep into publications, altho it would probably be more accurate to comment that with the amount of auto makers etc then existing  that  the old trade magazines published so few errors...

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