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Alexandria gazette. [volume] (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, October 03, 1919, Section Four Automobiles, Image 28

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Announcing: the
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new Cleveland
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A <?2l 1.
itomobile dealers have been
It-is the 1919 achievement of
npHE new Cleveland _ Six is here, the car
-9- waiting for and talking about for two years past- - # , ,
motordom, bringing new qualities, new ideals, new - excellence into the lignt-car iieici,
and at a price which will please countless thousands who care for the bettei things of lite.
You will admire and wonder at this new car, for the indiipb-y has offered im other like it. Yon will he delighted with Hs grace and style Von will marvel at.its power and speed
and quietness and comfort. Truly here is the car that will dominate rhp whole jigM-efn field, ?
Skill end Sincerity are Built
into This Car
The Cleveland Six is the product of men splendidly ex
perienced in the design and making of fine cars, men who
have contributed their .gkiiius and skill and sincerity to the
building up of one of America's finest high-quality cars. So
the Cleveland is an expression of the best ideals for service to
the world, dependable service of transportation and recrea
tion. It is a really unusual car. It brings genuine motoring
satisfaction within reach of thousands who have wanted such
a car. It brings new motor-car quality at a low price.
-Test Cars on the Road
Three Years
The Cleveland is a finished product. There is no sugges
tion of the experimental about it. It is new to the public, but
to the men who conceived it and developed it the Cleveland is
a perfected car.
Cleveland Sixes have been on the road for three year-,
undergoing every conceivable test for performance and en
durance. Two years ago the car. was ready for production,
But the war was coming, and the Cleveland waited.
Today, in a splendid new plant, the very last word in
modern equipment and method, this car is built for you.
Managing this great plant, directing ail its various depart
ments and guarding every operation, is a group of men whose
sincerity of purpose is a guarantee of excellen.re in their car.
Powerful. Sturdy Simple
Mechanically, the Clevplaii'l p.i>; is <>?' ex ordinary
sturdiness and simplicity throughout. .It is distinctive. It has
refinement of con strati or not commonly found in low
The wheel-base is more Hi an ample to jermii of the most
pleasing body designs and to provide sealing capacity for five
adult persons in thg very extreme of comfort, whb pi.oper
'pitch of cushions and lots of. leg-room.
Power? There is power to spare in /he Ceveiand .Six
Powei thai takes the loaded car flying over the hills, and at
any speed that anyone would wish o\ ei the country road and
open highway. Power so flexible, so responsive to the slight
est touch oi: the throttle, that, those oi us wno have driven
many? cais know there are few motors indeed that compare
with it %x:?
And this motor is in no oi her ca i: It is the exclush e Clcv e
land Six motor, designed by engineers.of the Ceveiand Com-,
oaiiy and built uncle?. their supe? vision in Cleveland factory.
Vour Own Choice of Four
Beautiful Bodies
The Ceveiand Six will please you. The body designs and
+,nrnishmgs of the handsome touring car, the snappy single
seat roadster, and the two splendid closed car models ai'e
worthy ot. the mechanical excellence of the car. In S"ome one
of these four models vou will find your car.
?ir'T* il: -Six Cylinder valve in h<1<! type: hurt- 3 inches. stroke ! 1-2 inches; ?ix <? y
lindcrs cast < it bloc separate from crank ca:;>; detachable cylinder head: valve
ne.-ehanism completely enclosed; three best ring; crankshaft "I l.ir^e diameter.
< .iii! shaft and accessories driven by adjustable silent chain, Lubrication ay y
i?uinT' positively driven by .<?piral year from cam shaft.
?'Altiii.'ltKToR - St rom'ierjr- vacuum system-?16 trnl. tank at r<-ir.
MiNITPiN i>isiribnior and hiu'h tension oil, or P.uS'-h maum to. $!.? extra.
STAflTiXO AXI> IJCHTlNif?(Jruy and I'avis two unit system.
<h )i .1 N< I centrifugal pump, cellular radiator, and adjustable self ojliny fan.
TUANS.UISSb *X?-Unit Power Plant construct ion with c'sitcr control. Three
\. rsc. Xiek d steel years and shafts. Main shaft mounted "n anniihT !.. 'i
rte: ? ir-'S. ? uf,
< -oisc type. I'lrOI'ICr.LKU SH.NKT?Fitted with d'niMe universal joints.
KKAI. .\XLK - Floating type. Pressed steel housing: spiral bevel ?-.ears: Timk* a I" a: -
; :lt> throughout. I'hi'omc nickel steel drive shafts.
.\A1.K -i?r.jp ioryed I Iteam. Chrome niekvl st '1 spindles and steer in.'.', arm;;.
Timkeii Bearings in wheels.
I :i;.\ K'KS -Ample in size and efficiency.
SIMMScMi-elllplic front and rear, bronze bashed eyes. itear uuiiu_
STHr'iMN'i; ?Worm ami sector tvijc. irreversible, fitted with inc!i >\ahi'.:l
I'' il.
? Wood, Art'llery type. Wiro, wheels (set of 5) ? 1 "-> extra..
uj.MS ?Firestone. straight side demountable. TlltKt>?2-xI. Xon-skid Hear.
\ iiKKi -il_' in n -s.
T< iP - one iiiiui type, fitteil with door opening curtains and beveled glass rear ? :ii* 1 ?.?
FIN IS! I ? i'.ooy ?Cleveland Pdue, upholstered in hand buffed, brigot finish'.- I. lor:;.
?-train leather. Hood, fenders and running' board shields, black enamel. V. Is? :
a ik! chassis black.
'jl-jbl I <S AN I' PRICKS?Tourintr Car (Five Passene-ers) >l.l'.i. Floadstcr i Il:ree
.rt;J >.1JS6, iJodati li ive 1'assetie.ers^. Coupe (tour Passenyei s).
1 i Corner Prince and Fairfax Streets
A. T. PEAKE, Manager,
Cleveland Automobile Company
Cleveland, Ohio

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