Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 26, 1977 · Page 59
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 59

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, May 26, 1977
Page 59
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,\-4 GKEELEY ICulu.l TKllH'.Nt: Tlmn., Mm 2b. 1977 Greeley could have been Detroit But for a bitter battle bet- Morton was treasurer, ween two men named Miller, In the same advertisement Greeley could have become the Dr. Miller announced that the Detroit of the West in 1903. photo shown by E.N. Miller was When automobiles were just of his car and that the car was getting a foothold across the his, only put together by E.N. nation and it looked as if Miller. manufacturing of the powered Dr. Miller said the design of buggies would be a big thing, the car was his and that E. N. E.N. Miller ran ads in both the Miller plus others had been Tribune and the Weld County hired by him to put together the Republican announcing that he car. He added that E.N. Miller would build automobiles to did not have any money in- order. vested in the product. He showed a picture of his The following week E.N. first completed product. Miller disputed the doctor's apologizing for its "squatty" claims, saying thai he designed appearance and explaining that the body, ordered the engine the fenders had been placed on from a plant in the east and it outside his shop. constructed the auto. He said The following week Dr. W. L. that Dr. Miller knew so little Miller announced formation of about the car that as major the Miller Auto Co. which was parts arrived for the auto, he to have offices at 709 9th St. would ask where that part went Miller was president; J.A. and what it was intended to do Taylor was first vice president in the operation of the auto, and general manager; G.A. EJ*». Miller concluded his ad Kingsley was second vice by saying that friends had president and superintendent of asked what all the fuss was motor operations, and D. J. about between two brothers. E. Engine oil changes make dollars, sense Would you like your car to A Volkswagen owner credits sst more than 100,000 miles? not driving his car hard over its More than 200,000? How about 10-year life and maintenance as more than 300,000? Car owners needed for getting it to 306,000 lave accomplished this, and miles. He changed the oil every here are their secrets. 3,000 miles, and, despite rust, Anownerofacarwitb.240,000 never washed it miles on it says he washes it A mechanfc ^ more u^ everj- day, wa^s ,1 once a aajjoo mfles on bis car and he week, changed ofl every 1,000 to ft , fe ^ 2000 nutes at first then smt- ^^"l just ignore the ±ed to every 3,000 or 4,000 own(!r . B8man , ]al ., ^dds. trifles when the quality of oil unproved in the 1960s. Writer Wade Hoyt says he He lubricated the chassis knows a Sacramento man every 1,000 miles. When the car whose car must be the all-time reached 100,000 miles, he champion -- the owner claims rebuilt a major component his 1928 Model T Ford, pur- every year, starting with the chased in 1934 f or ?5 and babied, transmission. He finally sold had more than 700,000 miles on the car -- for $3,500. The 1957 it. It is stai providing tran- Thunderbird had cost him sportation -- but you won't find iz.400 in 1959. it on an interstate highway. MUSICTO YOUR EARS! I ENGINETUNE UP! ^ \; ^^ff^--^ BETTER MILEAGE and PERFORMANCE · Clean Gas Filter · Check Fuel Line e Adjust Carburetor « New Plugs · New Points . · Set Timing CAMPBELL'S AUTO REPAIR 25M-6ihAve. 351-0758 HOURS: (In Rear) 7:30-5:OOMon.-Fri. N. Miller said thai Dr. Miller to the rear wheels. The car had under a copper hood at tte E N Miller noted l i h a : the was "absolutely no relation of a .-heel steering device. Inmt. The veh.cle waghed 1.34= Aide had been ested and TM mine." Gasoline and water tanks .-ere pounds. IS miles. No price was l, st ed. mtena to carry on me ieua wim _ ^ *MM* § A f Dr. Miller in the columns of the f\ff^ Irtf /X/ who won the battle, but it would S 1 1 M f l M I f*ftf\f D C appear perhaps the real loser W V 1 1 l/fl 1 _ V»UUKC K, O The auto was described as J u K V I w C . CONOCO having an eight-horsepower, flQyU QP£N g A.M. tO 6 P.M. - EVERY SUNDAY four cylinder engine mounted nPCCD nmtD/ FTP VPDlfa/? so that the weight of the power f f f i UfrCff. (-(Mff'/tC/G OGKrrtla plant was evenly distributed MZOMMC flV^/TT whS" f had" pS FJff C4£ WASH (W SUNDAYS W/m /*/// - UP forward and one reverse and fgfg \/flCCUM ON 3VNDAYS speed was coniroHed bv a foot ^ver. STATE WSPecTKWS The car had 3 X 32 rubber · COOPEBS CONOCO ***o 9TH5T, When we recondition your air conditioner, we make the price as comfortable as your ca o "Ai\/ ^p-^SSTT^B^BHCaie^TTOV \ I r. ^^m W wv^^H ^^^^^^KKSi /£\£J'. .',.i,!^^l , I^^^^^^^H '^//·p^ft "iss*fflig^vflste^jap\ $ 16 50 TM ^^ plus parts if required. Ivldke sure you'l! be coo! inside your GM car when it's hot outside..Ricjht now we're offering a special low price on air conditioning service. " · During this special, we'll recharge the refrigerant, check the entire system for leats. check all hoses. sd,ust all belts, and check the syslem for proper output. So be prepared for a comfortable car when you let us service your air conditioner. And take comfort in a low price. KEEP THAT GREAT GM FEELING t WITH GENUINE GM PARTS *3 STEVENS CHEVROLET Ault, 115 Highway 85 834-2892 ? JWJTY nsn

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