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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1921)
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Womeiiy too, appreciate the
Apperson for its driving and
riding ease, its hospitality,
its distinction and good taste
IHE Apperson Brothers have ever been acknowledged leaders in the matter
of "power. Through all stages, from the single cylinder to the eight cylin
der, they have been piot eers. The Apperson Eight, w hen first produced, was
a revelation of power. Naturally, it was somewhat complicated, but, as in
all cases, they w ere not satisfied with just building a motor. So they have
devoted their mechanical experimentation for several years to simplifying the
The average owner, of the Apperson is so delighted with the car's perform
ance, that he absolutely forgets the mechanical reasons which make such
Yet from the days that those pioneer builders of motor cars, in co-operation
with others, constructed with their own hands the first mechanically success
ful American automobile" until the present day, they have ever been leaders
in motor-car building practice. Whether it be material for motor, transmis
sion, axle, or electrical units it must always prove itself superior before it finds
a place in the Apperson chassis.
Performance is what you want to buy, and performance is what you get with
an Apperson. ' - - ' '
"The Eight with Eighty Less Parts" is
really but "a four-cylinder engine with an
additional cylinder block and its com
ponent parts. An extremely light-weight
car for the power developed the Ap
person Ogives maximum mileage with
minimum oil and gasoline consumption.
Apperson Nebraska Motor Co.
2526-32 Dodge Street, Omaha
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