1912 Marion Bobcat Model 33 Speedster - Marion Automobiles were built in Indianapolis from 1904-1915. If it looks like a Stutz to you it is because Harry Stutz was the designer of both cars. Marion was perpetually on the brink of insolvency and so Stutz asked them to think differently about their cars, especially being based in Indianapolis. A stripped down, high performance car would be attractive to customers and of lower cost to produce. This car was the result.

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Ford bought Willys Motors Brazil in 1967 and became the Jeep builder for South America"s largest country. You can barely see the Blue Oval badge below the Jeep lettering on the cowl.

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