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The Pensacola journal. (Pensacola, Fla.) 1898-1985, December 22, 1919, Image 3

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THE PENSACQIjA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1919.
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Two Passenger Roadster
Four Passenger Sport Model
Four Passenger Coupe
At 4:00 o'clock on the afternoon of December 12th a
solid trainload of freight cars, loaded with Columbia Six
Motor Cars arrived n the Jacksonville yards from Detroit.
This was one of the largest shipments of motor cars ever
made -into the South.
'ItAvas an event every Southerner should take pride
dominant popularity of the Columbia Six in Florida
which has come to the South.
When we look back at the days, only a few
years gone by, when ever a carload shipment of
motor cars into the South was something of an
event, the transformation seems almost mag
ical. . " - " , . '
Come and see these wonderful cars and you
will easily understand why the demand for
them has made trainload shipments necessary.
They have everything that the most exacting
could possibly ask for in a motor car.
Beauty of lines and finish distinction that has
rarely if ever been equalled individuality that
makes people on the street turn and give them
a second look character that makes a man in
creasingly proud to be a Columbia Six owner.
And for the man who is mechanically inclined,
Columbias have an even greater charm.
in, for it clearly demonstrates not only the
but also the remarkable business prosperity
He finds in the thermostatically controlled ra
diator shutters the most logical, helpful auto
mobile improvement made since the advent of
the self-starter. For by opening and closing
the shutters and protecting the radiator, they
keep the motor operating at all seasons at the
same constant efficient temperature.
it any wonder that Columbia Six owners
marvel at their economy in gasoline?
Most of this trainload shipment must be used
to fill orders already on file. But, there are a
few left and other shipments are on the way.
Come and see examine and ride in . the car
which the people of Florida are today buying
by the trainload.
SPECIFICATIONS: Timken Axle Continental and Reutnber Motors Detroit Pressed Steel Co.
Frame Radiator with "Sylphon" Thermostatically Controlled Shutters Spicer Universal Joints
-rBorg and Beck Clutch Durston Transmission Detroit Steel Products Company's Springs
Gemmer Steering Gear Auto Lite Starting and Lighting Atwater-Kent Ignition Stromberg
Carburetor Prest-O-Lite Storage Battery Painting and Trimming by the American Aut, Trim
ming Company Pantasote Top Firestone Tires.
Five Passenger Sedan
PRICES:
. Five-Passenger Touring Car
. Four-Passenger Sport Model (five wire wheels included)
Two-Passenger Roadster (five Disteel wheels included)
Four-Passenger Coupe . . .
Five-Passenger Touring Sedan
PRICES F. O. B. DETROIT
.$1695.03
. 1845.00
. 1845.00
. 2850.00
. 2350.00
Central Garage Company, Pensacola, Fla
Cole Motor Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. B. Taylor, Panama City, Fla
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