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a good car. The c at the price that ca Three Models Touring Car; Baby Roadster f nTv \\ !m * *rr\\ \\ 'I /*^ <52 eXC We Point to Our Record THE Regal "30" is the original touring car of its size and power to be sold for $1,250. Othe*makes may claim equal simplicity, style, power and strength, but?no other maker of a car at our price can point to a record of three years' success. Comparison will prove that the Regal " 3u ' is just as roomy, just as comfortable, luxurious and easy-riding as any car at any price; easier riding than any car at an equal price. It has Power, Style, Strength, Beauty; it is so simple in control and so easy to operate that any woman can drive it. Silent, smooth and instantly responsive in operation because of its wonderful refinement. Buy a Regal "30" and get a car without the "kinks" that cause trouble, annoyance and expense; a car tha , i ^ 1 u -i i uy a <-?i ^iu^icjsmvc itriiiiciiiciit^, iicifc uccii uuvciupcu into a harmonious, reliable unit?a machine that is well nigh perfect, with an established reputation for satisfactory service and low cost of operation. In every essential the 1910 Regal "30" is the same car that braved the terrors of Rocky Mountain roads and Western deserts and now holds the touring car record from New York to San Francisco. (Story of this trip mailed on request.) CHICAGO ST. LOU G. E. Holmes & Co. General Motor ( 1 CH9 Air A **91 ft * V4W if iiviiigaii v* a v WASHINGTON BO! The Wilson Co. Regal Motor " K " Street BUFFALO, R. E. Brown, 721 Main Si REGAL MOTOR CAR ( Canadian Trade Supplied by Regal Motoi en you buy a Regal mly five-passenger, fc m point to a record * M^T fluT >$125(1 egatA The Best Proof of Value We claim that the Regal "30" is, without exceptioi the greatest automobile value in the world for the mone; How do we prove it? Listen to a few letters from rho< who have bought: Louis WOLF. Wolf Bros. & Co., Bankers, Philadelphia " W hile I own a Mercedes, Renault and other high priced car * get more pleasure from my Regal '30' than all the othei combined." r S. GRIFFIN, M. D? Mansfield. Mass. Since July 2nd, 190 na"e averaged over 2,000 miles a month. 1 consider the Reg one of the sturdiest, quietest and least expensive to maintain < any moderate priced car on the market. My car has given pe feet satisfaction." (Dec. 1,1909.) O. G. Freyekmuth, M. D., San Francisco. "In six montl have covered over 4.000 miles on all types of roads. Up difficu mountain grades, through deep dustand mud. Cost of mail tenance isTess than that of a horse." G. A. Leonard, Sheffield. Ia. " My car has made 5,000 mih with no expense, except for tires, gasoline and oil. Car is perfect condition. My next will be a Regal .JO. Albert E. Gibson, Waterloo. Ia. "Drove my Regal '9 over 7.000 miles. Consider it the best thing made today fort) money, bar none." 175 Regals Built 1907 6500 Regals Building for 1910 In those two lines is compressed a history of marveloi success and growth, due entirely to the extraordinai merit of this extraordinary car. Be fair to yoursel before you buy any car get a Regal demonstration. IS PHILADELPHIA *ar Co. P. M. Twining Rega Olive St- 21 A No. Broad St. 5TON MINNEAPOLIS Co. H. S. Haynes 11-12 Park Sq. 219 South Sixth Si t. DENVER, Fawcett Motor Car Co. P A NY DETROIT, M1CH1GAI "/V/lTIl * A j Licensed under the Selden Patei ' Car Co. of Canada, Ltd., Walkerville, Ont. "30"?you know it's ur-cylinder touring car of dhree years' success ?*? V^f tv V * lll? Selden Patent yrtjp m It \l yl \ v jjr SO Specifications of 1910 Regal "30" a, Motor: Four cylinder, four cycle; cylinders cast in i?. pairs. 4" bore, 4" stroke, three-bearing crank shaft, 30 ;e horse power. Cooling: Water. An exceptionally efficient thermo-syphon system of cooling and large sized a. fan placed on adjustable bracket on motor. Ignition: s. Remy high tension magneto and batteries. Lubrication: rs Splash System. Carburetor: Schebler. Clutch: 19 Leather face cone with spring inserts. Transmission: ai Sliding gear selective type; three speeds, forward and n a: ?*. d i -r i ?a reverse, unvc, uireet mi an. oruca; 1 wu niiciuai ctiit: two external, operating on rear wheel drums, double actls ing and compensating. Wheel Base: 107". Tires: it 32x31/2- Tread: 56". Springs: Front semi-elliptical. n" rear full elliptic scroll. Speed: Five to forty-five miles ,s on high gear. Upholstering: Genuine leather over i"n curled hair and deep coil steel springs. Equipment: Two gas lamps, three oil lamps and gas generator, Remy 0" high tension magneto, horn, set of tools and complete ie tire repair kit. See the Regal Dealer at once? Order your Regal " 30 " Now Deliveries are now being made promptly, but don't delay. <?et your order placed promptly. Enjoy your Regal for the enis tire "season. If there is no Regal dealer in your locality write y direct to the factory. We will tell you where you can see and j. examine a Regal. A Hint to Dealer*. If you want to sell the most satisfactory car of its type ar.d price?a business builder and a business holder, get in touch with us Quick. NEW YORK PITTSBURG 1-Detroit Auto Co. Liberty Auto Co. 1720 Broadway 5689 Center Ave. IFOR CATALOG AND FURTHER INFORMATION FILL OUT AND MAIL t. REGAL MOTOR CAR COMPANY Detroit, Mick. Please send me information and literature about the Regal " 30." Name M ,1 Adorer A S. M.?4-1?