Howard C. Marmon (1876-1943) built his first car in 1902 in Indianapolis.  The first running of the Indy 500 in 1911 was won by a Marmon driven by Ray Harroun.  The company built quality cars, but they were expensive and the 1930’s Depression meant that the firm closed in 1933.

1911 Marmon "Wasp" (Winner of the first Indy 500 driven by Ray Harroun). Model by Franklin Mint
1931 Marmon Sixteen two passenger coupe. Model by Brooklin
1931 Marmon Convertible Sedan. Model by Brooklin