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jfff FEATURES OF
1914 MOTOR CARS
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IADE NO PROGRESS
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Stevtns-Duryea Featurc Will
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Six-Cylinder Car Makes
Strong Appeal to Public
In Many Cases This Type Has
Demonstrated Economy in
Advance of the 4Four,"
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AUTOMOBILES.
baan s ttli iloa ta
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that it re.|uirr-4
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ami the manufs.turers ilmply ni*k?
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loubt ths public'i raaliaatloa ..r th. .1?
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AUTOMOBILES.
Many Meetings Set for
Days and Nights of Show
Not Much Time Will Be
Wasted by Those Who
Keep Up with the
Procession.
Nur.i. i?? .s Important m< lln |
*i< hadulflal to (ake i.i** - dui Ing l
of thfl f*ourtoewtt* Narkatial \ toi
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AUTOMOBILES.
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lieetlng of
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of the Moi
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I. ard of dlre* tora' na I
I . ng ?f Bnance and
meeting of
?ard Ol An ? ' ll '"I.'hl'"
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AUTOMOBILES.
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Manhattan AatOtnoblle Club
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hattan \ ' ? Club wlll
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AUTOMOBILES.
464% More Power
THE famous keokuk dam (the largest in this country
which cost $27f000,00?.00) develops 310.40S horse
power.
The combined horsepower of 50,000 Overlands
(our 1914 output) is 1,750,000 horsepower or 5.64 times as
great as this powerful dam.
This simplc comparison is mcrcly to show you
more clearly, by lllustration and figures, what 50,000 cars a
year mean -what a wonderful force it is.
Such force is felt in various ways, the most impor?
tant of which is the economy it effects.
Manufacturing, purchasing and marketing 50,000
cars a vear putfl us in the supreme position of buying for
less, making for less and selling for less?and the "selling"
is what inlerests you most.
From any stand point the$950 Overland is the low
cst priced car made?size, power and capacity considered.
An Overland costs you 30"<? less than any other
s.milar car made.
See the full linc at the show.
The Willys-Overland Company, Toiedo, Ohio
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C. T. Silver Motor Company,
1760 Broadway, at 57th St., N. Y. City.
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1295 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y
$950
(mpletely Equipped
1 atn/o
Hrctrie he?d, aide
tail and daih lighta .
Stcrage battery
35 horaepower motor
33 x 4 Q. D. tire.
1 14-ir.ch wheelbaie
Stewart apeedometer
Mohair top, curtaim
and boot
Clear-vuion
windihield
Electric horn
588 Broad St., Newark, N. J.
Mai | Bflflfl
$1075
ll'ith electric statter and gcinralor
f. t. b. Toltdi
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