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About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1914)
VOL. 14, NO. 4
A COMPLETE LINE
$850 TO $1050
A Winner for 1 9 1 4
A wonderful record that backs up every Detroiter and guarantees a record-breaking season
is a tabulation that covers the twelve months from January, 1913, to January, 1914, and em
braces every Detroiter car in operation (not a picked few) shows that the THOUSANDS
OF DETROITERS NOW IN USE AVERAGE ONLY $3.81 PER YEAR FOR
REPAIR PARTS. Such a sales-clincher has never before been offered a dealer by any
make of car.
It 1s a record made possible only by a method of building which is better and a design which
has no equal among cars of this class.
Drivers have come to realize only too well tho common weaknesses of the popular priced cars.
Those sagging axles, those stripped pinions, those vibration-racked motors, those frames and
transmissions bumped half out of commission by poor spring suspension.
The Detroiter full-floating axle is designed to withstand 2,000 pounds of overload. The plat
form rear spring noeds no shock absorbers. The 32 horse-power, long stroke motor, in comparison
to tho light weight: of tho car is more powerful than even the big 60's, with their massive loads to
Beauty? Note the exquisite proportions of the new 1914 touring car; or the snappy, jaunty
lines of tho new roadster.
Power? A new and bigger motor (3x5) carries this light vehicle without exertion anywhere
its wheels can find traction. We do not believe there is an automobile made, four or six, big or
little, $1,000 or $5,000, that can out-pull it.
Convenience? Tho new Detroiter-Remy electric starting and lighting system is the cleanest
installation over devised, and it adds loss than 40 pounds to weight of car.
Simplicity? All controls at your fingers' ends, on the dash.
Every sterling feature that made the Detroiter great is retained: platform springs, full float
ing rear axle, ball bearings throughout such features as only the costliest cars have ever before
Tho Detroiter organization methods without waste buying in quantities at the bottom of the
market producing steadily abreast and ahead make these things possible.
The greatest models of their class yet produced are these new Detroiters.
Write for the Detroiter catalog. The season is at hand.
ijmcii actions me worn ij yon want to reap all
the pleasures of the coming summer.
Streamline Bullnose 32 horse
power the 1914 Detroiter chal
lenges comparison in appearance
and quality with even the most ex
pensive makes of Fours.
There is not an ungainly angle in
it; graceful as a bird's wing,
the crowned-fenders melt away
the angularity of guards. With
the added horse-power of its ex
pensive ball bearings, the motor
is indomitable. For five hundred
dollars more one buys not a whit
better construction more honest
material, more sterling workmanship.
With Detroiter-Remy Starting and
474 Holbrook Avenue, Detroit, Mich., U. S. A.
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CHICAGO, ILL. Mitchell Automobllo Co.
CLEVELAND, OHIO M. D. Coato.
COLUMBUS. OHIO Prank P. Corbett.
DES MOINES, IOWA Capital City Carriage Co
DETROIT. MICH. Perrott-Barbor Motor Sales
ELMIRA, N. T. J. Bruco Bishop.
PRINCIPAL DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE U S
ATLANTA. GA. D. E. Ligon, Special Southern FT. WORTH TEVAQn-..,. . -r ,
Representatives. TTT?T wY roim7x;T0voratreet"Loveless Co.
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LSmqvTGTI?laS-frSAI?F;"-lIl8slon Motor Car Co.
ri yiSVILLE KT. Inter-Stato Motor Saleq Pn
iKSJEF10' WIS.-Mltchell AutomobUo Co
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.-Brlcp Auto Co.
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PHILADELPHIA, PA. Detroiter-Philadolphia
SAo?t?rA"c?rISCo' CALIF' Carl Chrlstensen
ST moiUlIQS'CoMO,Wel)0r Implemont & Aut0-
SPOKANE, WASH Seven-Sevon Co.
S?32SLOHIO--w- H- Mclntyro Co
WASHINGTON, D. C.-Tho W. L. Smith Co.
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