1913 Marmon Model 48 48HP Speedster

  • Brand: Marmon
  • Car Code: 261247

The 1913 Marmon Model 48 48HP Speedster was a high-performance car manufactured by the Marmon Motor Car Company. It was part of the Model 48 series, which was produced between 1912 and 1923.

The Model 48 was powered by a large, 6.9-liter inline six-cylinder engine that produced 48 horsepower. This was a significant amount of power for the time, and allowed the car to reach top speeds of up to 70 miles per hour.

The Speedster variant of the Model 48 was designed to be a lightweight, high-performance version of the car. It featured a streamlined body with a low-slung hood and a rakish windscreen, which gave it a sporty and aggressive look. The Speedster was also equipped with a more powerful version of the Model 48's engine, which produced around 60 horsepower.

The Model 48 was known for its advanced engineering and high-quality construction. It was one of the first cars to feature an aluminum crankcase and an electric starter, which were cutting-edge technologies at the time.

Overall, the 1913 Marmon Model 48 48HP Speedster was a fast, powerful, and well-built car that was popular among car enthusiasts and collectors. Today, it is considered a classic car and is highly sought after by collectors and automotive enthusiasts.

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Production Start 1913
Country of origin USA