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Marmon Model 34

Marmon Model 34 in The Great Gatsby, Movie, 1974 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

Marmon Model 34

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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ahight US

2008-04-09 03:31

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nzcarnerd NZ

2008-04-09 07:37

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Stutz Bearcat 1923 or 1924. 1923 was the first year of left hand drive for Stutz.

rioldcarguy US

2008-11-18 00:31

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NOT A STUTZ:
Just stumbled upon the site and I love it! But the car ID'd as a Stutz is not. It's a Marmon. I worked for the owner of the Gatsby Rolls Royce while the movie was being shot here in RI and in NYC. The Marmon was a beautiful car, but it wasn't the most dependable car in our stable at the time. In fact, in the scene where Jordan Baker (Lois Chiles) drives away from one of Gatsby's parties the front bumper doesn't show. That's because a rope was attached to it, to be pulled by a bunch of big guys when the director told them to go!

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turtleb8 US

2012-12-24 15:54

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Hello rioldcarguy, Any Idea where the Marmon from the The Great Gatsby movie is now? It once belonged to my father.

w2s7

2013-02-07 19:54

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rioldcarguy US

2013-02-14 14:55

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Hey Turtleb8! That was a gorgeous car and it incorporated some unique engineering. Wish I knew where it is now; the owner of the Gatsby car bought it after the movie was finished, I think, but he's since passed away. Let me see if I can find something out.

Benthere US

2013-05-15 04:31

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turtleb8 - Bell?

puterboy1 US

2013-06-23 07:58

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I should say it's a 1922 model.

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