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•'K fr .M*. I .'.- •//^v'..- ,:.^ 4 .*''-HJj:,-S^\t V*3''.,y." '\*n- ^Jr '.«', .-\•'.**»• •'.v-.'Jb'- -Vf". ./ •,•• •... .'-• J»'. ,' ,.i'. ...", '••... -"rt:-. V. Qgreland* mailed. Skill'dndSmceritym 'l the car was ready for production. Bn^ the war was -V 'H .«. •!. .• '. "••r The Cleydand: Su^ is the of mc» splendidly experienced' In the design aiid malring? of fine- cars,-men who haf contributed their 'andv'sl^ and'sincerity: to the building up of one of America's finest- his^i^quaJiNty cars. So thp Qhreland an expression of the best .• ideab.for to the workh\dependable kirvitt recreaticm.. jtiis^a re^ly'unusualjcair. It ^brings genuine motoring sat isfaction within^ reach of. thousands. who have wanted such a car. It^ brings.vnew'motMcar: quality1at a law. pric'e. mmmmmm\ of transportation and •,-%4-,iv:", 4 :-V cj iThijreas.no suggestion blf S r/f8impl'c'* O. 'V Vo. 2 tion not commonly found in low-priced cars. rri t^hef¥H^W(Juld 1 experim«ital about it. It is new ti(the^poblic, but to: the men who con- .so responsive to the slightest touch of the throttle, that those: of us who ceived it and developed it the Qeyeland is a perfect car. :t /Cleveland Si^es hare beat-OB:road -for three years, undergoing eretfy conceiveable test for performance and endurance. Two.years ago 5 Wlthnajl. '. 3'.'^ *M HE new pleveland Six is here* the car that automobile? dealers have been waiting for and talking about'for two years past. It is the 1919 achievement ,of motordom, bringing new qualities, new ideals, new excellence into the light car field, and at a price which will please countless thousands who care for the Yo^ \VH1 adm and wonder at this new car, for the industry has offered no other ^like it. You will be delighted with its grace and style, ^ou will marvel at its power and speed and quietness and comfort. Truly here is a: ciar that will dominate the whole light-car field. Today, in a splendid new plant, the very last word in modern equip ment and method, this car is built for you. Managing this great plant, directing all its' various departments and guarding every operation, is a group of men whose sincerity of purpose is a guarantee of excellence in •.their car. 4: Powerful, Sturdy and Simple J.: Mechanically, the Cleveland Six is of extraordinary: sturdiriess arid ''r-.n ~J The wheel-base is more than ample to permit'the most pleasing body' iw throughout. It is distinctive. It ha^ reftnement of const'ruc- wish over the country road and open 'highway. Power so flexible, .have dBiven many cars know there are few motors indeed that compare WHEELS—wood. r- --s. coming, su?d the il- Cin6toir,-designed by engineers of the Cleveland Company and built under ctossu'bia^t.0"18' fenlers* «s s-^ jm II *T •IS.SITIV4yv^ b* VfefSt? -J' sf P^^N. ~3s? An 1VV •..«- .V RIMS—Fivestone, straight side demountable. TIRES—82x4. Non-skid ine this motor is in no other car. It is tht exclusive Clevyiand Six 5INI^—BODY-^oeveiBIue, V#lp *«'4*vir 1,41^^ *Ti -ft & fi$ i, 1 beatings. J" •'•^Uieipsupemsion' ta-.th^ •Clevdand'-faclwy. MODCLS JANPv *Ji2SSl!55Lsy33MS? ... The Cleveland Sipc will please you. The body WHEEL BASE—112 inches. trf ^X! fsT%" Your Own Choice of Four Beautiful Bodies ings of the handsome touring car, the snappy single-seat roadster, the two splendid closed j:ar models, are worthy of the mechanical excel lence of the car. In sbme one of these four models yottu will find your. car. XONDENSED SPECIFICATIONS MOTOR—Six Cylinder valve in head typ«: bore 3 Inchee, stmll) 4H Inches .Bli eyUaaan cagt. en bloc separate from crank case detachable cylinder head meehsalem completely enclosed: tbree-beariQK crankshaft of lar^e diameter. Cam shaft and accessories driven by adjustable nlanft chain. Lubrication by gear pomp poatnT^ ly. drtven by spiral gear from cam shaft. CARBURETOR—Stromberg—Vacuum.system—IS pal. tank at rear. IGNITION—Distributor and high tension coil, or Bosch magneto, $4S extra. STARTING AND LIGHTING—Gray and Davis two unit system. 0 POOLING—By centrifugal pump, cellular radiator and adjustable aetf-ofltnr fan. TRANSMISSION—TJhit. Power Plant construction with center control. Three spseds and reverse. Nickel steel gears and shafts. Main .shaft mounted on annular ball CLUTCH—Disc type. PROPELLER SHAFT—Fitted with double unlTttTBal jolsta. REAR AXLE—Floating type. Pressed-steel housing -spiral bevel |tan Tlmkan b« Ings throughout. Chrome nickel steel drive- shafts. FRONT AXLE—Drop forged I Beam Chrome nickel steel- spindles and steering armft. Tlmken Bearings let' wheels. BRAKES—Ample in size and efficiency. SPRINGS—Ssmi-eUlptic front and rear, bronse brushed eyes. Hear tmdarrtung. STEERING GEAR—Worm and sector type. Irreversible, fitted with IS inch walnut ••'Wheel. Artillery type, wire wheels (»et at s) *105 extra. V. WHEEL BASES—112 inches. ... Md runni®* mmtsm 'V rf ,% $)§« $ ''_ I V.1 'V-^V :'--TJ s,v X& '41 $k s( Vi 3*f ty* designs and furuMj* m .•*» :w-•«*' and a* •••"lift 5* & Bear. u^Toi'sterM^iiv'hand butred, bright £SSScS!^OBg grain Passengers) I1SS&. Sedan (Five Passengers) »ll*6. Coup« CFwir Passengers) (21M.