The enclosed bodies—coupe and sedan—ordered by Marmon were slightly different from the REO bodies at the windshield; the Marmon windshield was squared off, while the REO's was more rounded. By the time these garage door remote program for bmw were ordered and being built, both Marmon and REO were in dire financial condition due to the Depression. Another independent auto manufacturer was in the same dire situation—the The Packard factory bodies for the 1928 Forth eight-cylinder , Fifth six-cylinder and 1929 Sixth Series except the 145-inch-wheelbase model 645 share similar coachwork.
Here are examples of the roadsters from those garage door remote program for bmw This car is the 1928 Fifth Series six-cylinder "533" 133-inch wheelbase runabout. Note how far back the side-mounted spare tire sits—it covers the front edge of the door, and there is little distance to the front edge of the belt molding panel on the door. This is the 1928 Packard "443" 143-inch wheelbase . Note how much further the spare tire is away from the front edge of the door.
This is the 1929 Packard eight-cylinder 6 Same body as both 1928 cars garage door remote program for bmw here, but with newer fender line, hood, lamps, etc. The 1932 Packard Light-Eight Series 900 was a standalone model from the other Packard series for that year. It was not continued for 1933 but the foor-door sedan body was used on the 127-inch wheelbase for the 1933 Eight. Here is the 1933 10th Series and the 1932 900 Series that used the same body. Hemmings.