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Mr. AUTO BUILDER
and PARTS MAKER
We aim to carry a large stock of
Machinery, Tools and
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Factory Supplies
to fit your requirements
We Invite You to Call
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THE CHAS. A. STREUNGER CO.
Present Location Corner Bates and Congress-sts.
DETROIT TIMES
The Man and the Motor Car
Judge the Cadillac by this Criterion
Body Styles
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Phaeton 7 uo-Passmger
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per C o' V'rhb el'iclori ---SeVen-
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Seven - Passerger Imoenal
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HE qualities you admire in a man—are they not also the things you most
1 admire in a motor ear?
When we speak with deep affection of a friend, we say of him that he is “al
ways the same.”
And what i- there that pleases us more than this constancy in a motor car,
. year after year?
A friend who r always the same, and a car that is always the same—they
are bo h • alued because they never disappoint our needs, how'
much nor how often we call upon them.
Character in a man, and character in a motor car—both are the product
of principles deeply embedded. ,
Character in the man. expresses itself in conduct unswervingly true —under
every circumstance and condition.
( haracter TTT'tbe car. expresses itself in performance—equal to every emer
gency ami atisfying in every conceivable situation.
We admire a man of quick decision—a man who never fumes and frets, but
goes straight to the root of a decision.
Wt admire a car w! ich is instantaneous in action—which does not halt nor
hesitate, but doe what it has to do. decisively, and without a moment’s
delay.
We admire power, and especially control of power, in a man—and we ad
mire it above all else, in a motor car.
We admire the man w hom we kn »\v to be possessed of reserve powder—and
we admire a motor car which always has power to spare, for heroic occa
sion^.
We admire the strong man who makes no show of his strength—and we ad
mire the car which gives no sound or sign of strain, or stress, or labor.
W- admire a man who is quietly effective—and how we admire a car that is
quietly effective!
We admire a man who wears the outer marks of good breeding—and w*e
admire a car w hose appearance bespeaks its quality.
The analogy could go on indefinitely.
It is interesting for one reason.
It indicates how much of them elves, men can build into motor cm
A motorcar rarely ri>es above the motives of its manufacturer.
Tin integrity of a car is measured by the integrity of those who build it.
If it is the i -.duct of it .’ ideals and rare ability, it will express them both in
performance and ii length of life.
As you would n. ;ui’ > do the record and the ancestry of a mar seeking your
friend h p—s i- veil to inquire into the antecedents of a motor
car seeking your favor.
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