The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on January 4, 1925 · Page 73
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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York · Page 73

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-v - - i 14 F wmtbe - PON George Washington's estate was a" mill in which the wheat " from his farm land was ground into flour of fine quality. The flour was placed in sacks upon which the name Georgefoshington was I stamped. And wherever this flour was offered for sale, housewives accepted it iuithout .question--without inspection. They knew that George Washington's good name would never be placed on anything but the finest flour that each sack would contain full measure and honest weight. Both closed and open models the finest product of Pierce-Arrow coach workers are being shown in new and distinc-. tive color combinations. But to fuily appreciate what Pierce-Arrow building offers you in this more moderate-priced car what it means in comfort and in road performance only a trip through city streets and over country highways will suffice. This trip may easily be arranged, either at the Automobile Show or through our salesrooms. We will gladly place a car atjour disposal for the purpose. Last August a new car was announced by The Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company a more moderate-sized and more moderate-priced companion to the large Pierce-Arrow. ' And just as the good housewives of long ago accepted George Wellington's flour without doubt or question, so men have accepted this newest Pierce-Arrow product the Serfea 50. They know that The Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company . would not allow Its good name to be placed upon any car that did not fully meet the long-established standards of the company. ' That is why several hundred men placed orders for the Series 80 before the first cars were made without ven see- Ing the car or knowing its price. That is why many others ordered the Series 80 immediately following the first public announcement after seeing only a picture of the car and reading its description and price. That is whythough only six months old the Series 80 is today serving several thousand owners. , At the Automobile Show you may see this latest Pierce-Arrow car the Series 80, . ' f CM 7-Passenger Touring Car, $2$95 . 4-Passenger Coup, $3,695 7-Passenger Enclosed Drive limousine $4,045 5-Passenger Sedan 7-Passenger Sedan 4-Passenger Touring Runabout n at Buffalo; Goocmmcnt Tax Additional ' : Series 80 Wheelbase ..... 130 inches Series 80 Engine 6 cylinders Balloon Tires and Pierce-Arrow Four -Wheel Safety Brakes ' Pierce-Arrow Products include passenger cars of two types: The Pierce-Arrow Dual-Valve Six and the Pierce-Arrow Seres 80 in seven body styles .... . Pierce-Arrow Motor Coaches Pierce-Arrow Heavy Duty Motor Trucks We art also showing a complete line of the Series 33, Plerce-Arrow's larser model We incite you to see these cars in the quiet comfort of out private showrooms. PIERCE-M IKOW V M 0 Serie (T m 7'Pas9tnfcrTowtng in R..tfM Financing arrangements are offered by the Pierce-Arrow Finance Corporation, a banking institution. HARROLDS MOTOR CAR COMPANY 233 West 51th Street, New York 1119 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn Y Blake Motor Car Company New Rochelle, N. Y. . The Rayden Automobile Company. . Norwalk, Conn. Harrolds Motor Car Company Long Island City, N.Y. F. P. Brand Distributing Company '. .....Flushing, L. I. Faubel Motor Car Company Jamaica, L. I. P. Moschera & Son Lawrence, L. I. Perfection Sales Company Bronx, N. Y Lowa's Garage, Inc i Yonkers, N. Y. Frank Brothers Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Cavender & Vance .....v Middletown, N. Y. Forsyth & Davis Motor Company. Inc. .Kingston, N. Y. Graney Brothers Pearl River, N. Y. Blake Motor Car Company ML Vernon, N. Y. White Plains Motor Service, Inc ...White Plains, N. Y. New England Motor Sales Company Greenwich, Conn. New England Motor Sales Company. .Port Chester, N. Y. The Hayden Automobile Company Stamford, Conn. btaten island Sales Corp Port Richmond, Staten Island, N. Y.

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