Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, Legs Diamond, Bugsy Siegel and their cohorts could choose from many luxury cars in 1930: Cadillac, Duesenberg, DuPont, Lincoln, Marmon, Stutz … and of course, the 3 P’s … Packard, Peerless and Pierce Arrow. They could armor the car bodies and have their bodyguards ride the running boards, tommyguns at the ready. Here’s an image of a Marmon on gallery-wrapped canvas. One of no more than 30, unless Mr. Gotti, you’d like no. 31. Ready to hang. (Not you, Mr. Gotti.) No frame needed. (We don’t like framing anyone, do we, Mr. Gotti?) Signed, numbered Certificate of Authenticity included.