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About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1913)
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When You Get Acquainted With This "SIX"
You Will Surely Want One
A drive in the Studebaker "SIX" will
charm and convince you.
If there has ever been confusion in your
mind concerning the qualities of a worthy
Six, your questions will be fully answered
after you have driven this "SIX".
And even if you are aware what some good
sixes can do, you will enjoy a greater glow of, satis
faction when you drive this car.
As you sit behind the alluringly smooth and
responsive motor, no one will need to tell you why
you like it. You will know perfectly well.
The instant and full answer to your call for
increased speed or power, the sure and perfect
response to your control, the quietness, the absence
of vibration, the sheer thorough-bred ability of this
"SIX" to do all its work without strain or percep
tible effort thesethings will prove a never-ending
It is as hard adequately to describe this "SIX"
as it is always difficult to describe any new and
more perfect instrument.
BUT the Studebaker "SIX" will win you, as
sure as ever you sit behind the wheel.
Buy It Because It's a Studebaker
Studebaker "Six" Engineering
The design of a fine six-cylinder car.
especially in the motor, calls for exceptional
skill and wide experience.
Efficiency at all speeds and the absence of
vibration, which are the unique advantagei
of a worthy Six, can only be attained by the
most scientific engineering.
To attain perfect results we use experi
mental laboratories of large size and full
equipment, where every idea built into the
Studebaker "SIX" has been proved correct
beyond the possibility of error.
We work by knowledge, not by theory.
Every ton of steel we buy is first made
according to Studebaker formulas and
later rigorously tested to be sure it is up to
Throughout the manufacture, which is
carried on entirely in our plants, from forty
huge power hammers which forge out over
250 parts for every Studebaker "SIX", to
$885 Studebalwr "25"
the last operation, accurate to the one
thousandth of an inch, the "SIX" is built
with a scrupulous regard for fine work and
the best materials
Studebaker Standard of Luxury
From the beautifully balanced chassis to
the deep upholstery and complete equip
ment, the "SIX" shows careful attention
to appearance and comfort.
It is, of course, electrically lighted and
The auxiliary seats, making ampleroom for
cix-passengers, are exceedingly comfortable
and yet may readily be folded to one side.
The painting is lustrous, requiring twenty
four operations, including many days of
drying and aging, before it is finished.
We use Studebaker-Jiffy storm curtains,
the most ingenious improvement ever made
in automobile curtains.
The Studebaker "SIX" is a car of complete
comfort and strikingly handsomeappearance.
Call apon oar dealer or let him
know that you are Intereeted
Long Stroke, 40 H. P. Motor,
34 x 4-inch tires
Detachable, Demountable Rims
Three-quarter Elliptic Rear Springs
Full-floating Rear Axle
Silk Mohair Top and Cover
Clear-vision, Ventilating, Rain-vuion
Tools and Special Tool Box
eric, Complete, f, . ft. Dtre4i
dd Fnight to Petnt DeUeary)
$1290 Studebaker "55"
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