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On "My Car Story" we're in Chicago IL at The Klairmont Kollections museum on 3-21-16.

We're looking at a 1929 Marmon Roosevelt Eight. This car was named after the President of the United States Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt.

The car's a part of the Klairmont Kollections museum. Andrew Vogel, Vice President Sales & Marketing shares info regarding this car.

To see more cars from the Klairmont Kollections, go to YouTube.com and type in “My Car Story with Lou Costabile” or go to www.KlairmontKollections.org


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    • Michael Walter
      Michael Walter

      The opening windshield can be thought of as factory AC, circa 1929.

      about 2 months ago
    • Graham Clayton
      Graham Clayton

      The Roosevelt was manufactured by the Marmon Motor Company of Indianapolis, IN, and was named after Rough Rider and former President Theodore Roosevelt. The Roosevelt was claimed to be the first straight-8 engined car in America to sell for under $1,000 - a claim which was true, as the price for the Roosevelt sedan was $995.

      Designed by Count Alexis DeSakhnoffsky, the Roosevelt was a handsome car featuring a lightning-rod motif in chrome across the radiator core and horizontal bonnet louvres. The Roosevelt range comprised the sedan, coupe, victoria and convertible. Sales for the Roosevelt were approximately 25,000 cars, but the name was changed to the Marmon-Roosevelt in 1930, with the car being named as the Marmon Model 70 for 1931.

      about 5 months ago
    • Lou Costabile
      Lou Costabile In reply to Graham Clayton

      Hi Graham Clayton, Thank you for viewing and sharing your knowledge, Lou

      about 5 months ago
    • Ferdinand Vazquez
      Ferdinand Vazquez

      Funny!, Iooking @ this car, I just realize these are the colors I've been looking for the exterior of my house; thanks Marmon!! 👀

      about 10 months ago
    • Lou Costabile
      Lou Costabile In reply to Ferdinand Vazquez

      Nice :-)

      about 10 months ago
    • Steven Zombie
      Steven Zombie

      I getting one for 10,000$

      about 1 year ago
    • Lou Costabile
      Lou Costabile In reply to Steven Zombie

      HI Steven Zombie, Congratulations! Lou

      about 1 year ago

      Lou should do a show about coin collecting instead of cars. His hang-up with tags and little ornaments is quite tiresome for those of us who wish to see the car and it's body style. It's like seeing a beautiful woman and focusing only on her earrings.

      about 2 years ago
    • Lou Costabile
      Lou Costabile In reply to GRANT HART

      Hi GRANT HART, I'm sure it was collecting all those baseball & basketball cards and reading EVERY stat as a kid. Hope you see some cars you enjoy on the Channel, Lou

      about 1 year ago
    • Renzee White
      Renzee White

      I love this entreat

      about 3 years ago