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Don't fail to see this car at the Automobile Show NO ?\EG1\?TS Grand Central Palace January 2d to 9th EIGHT CYLINDER fo r $1,3 50 All mp ____. -_r____7___ __-A_ Motordom Is " Rubbing Its Eyes" .at This Amazing Announcement -??'-_, w -w v ? ? __ ?mw> rtm ?r"__ w _r?__ <s *B UP"? m u The World's FIRST Popular Priced Eight Every motorist has longed for the flexibility, power and luxury of a Six, but many have drawn back at it? expensive up-keep, unwieldy length and excessive weight. Now, in the KING EIGHT, the Six is exceeded in flexi? bility and freedom from vibration, equalled in power, yet there is the SAME economy of operation, easy turning length, and light weight as in the moderate priced Four. The supreme luxury of mechanical travel is perfectly exemplified in the KING EIGHT, and the real meaning of flexibility is at last revealed to you. Think of it?from two miles an hour to fifty without gear-changing, noise, vibration, or any of the usual indications of engine effort. To ride in this SUPER-CAR is to eliminate the mechanical presence in motoring?the "Magic rug" of the Arabian tale is truly yours in a KING EIGHT. The mechanical simplicity of this new KING will quickly recom nend it to all who have seen other eights. Valves are located for easy accessibility and the entire construction has that slurdiness so characteristic of the KING. Cantilever springs assure maximum riding com? fort, and a pure European stream line body makes the King a joy to look at. Don't ride in a KING EIGHT till you are ready to pur? chase. It will spoil you for the car you have, or the other cars you know. BRIEF DESCRIPTION. Motor?Eight cylinder V type, 2%-inch bore and 5 inch stroke. Unit power plant. Three point suspension. Horse Power?S. A. E. rating 24.2?regular rating 40-45. Thermo syphon cooling. Ignition by high tension distrib? utor with storage battery. Force feed lubrication. Ward Leonard electric starting and lighting system. Multiple disc cork insert clutch, 17 bronze and steel discs in oil. Center control, left drive. Transmission?sliding gear, selective type, three speeds, forward and reverse. Full floating rear axle. Engine-driven tire pump. Pure Euro? pean stream line body. Instrument board. Color?rich U. S. Mail blue body; black hood and fenders, black and nickel trimmings. Wheel base, 113 inches. Regular equipment includes rain vision ventilating windshield; silk-mohair one-man top, extra rigid design; quick attach? able curtains; Jones speedometer, connected with pro? peller shaft; electric horn, tire irons, jack, tire repair out? fit, tools and extra rim. Service Department, 250 West 54th Street KING MOTOR CAR AGENCY Broadway at 52d Street BROOKLYN: Carpenter Motor-Vehicle Co. 1239-43 Fulton Streei.