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Marquette Cars - 1930 Marquette Model 34 Sport Roadster
Pictures of Marquette Cars from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.

Marquette Cars


1930 Marquette Model 35 Touring

1930 Marquette Model 35 Touring
1930 Marquette Model 35 Touring Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: The Buick Gallery and Research Center in Flint, Michigan.
by Douglas

1930 Marquette Model 34 Sport Roadster

1930 Marquette Model 34 Sport Roadster
1930 Marquette Model 34 Sport Roadster Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: The National Automobile Museum in Reno, Nevada.
by Douglas

Marquette Cars - Buick

Marquette
Buick Motor Division
General Motors Corp
Flint, Michigan
1929-1930

In 1929 a "junior" division of Buick, Marquette, was established to produce a less expensive car. Six body styles, all on a 114-inch wheelbase, and all powered by a 6-cylinder, 213-cid, 67.5-bhp Oldsmobile engine, were offered. The cars were all priced around $1,000.

The new Marquette brand was to last for only one year, Model Year 1930. A total of 35,007 cars were built.

The Marquette name had also been used by General Motors for the 1912 model year.

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