The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1930 · Page 3
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The Upper Pes Moines-Bepublican, November 19,1930 THEY'RE HERE-THE NEW CHEVROLET Car Load of New Models Arrived Here the First of the Week. FIREWORKS ANNOUNCE CAR, New Cars Show Many Improvemfcnts With Substantial Drop In Price of From $20 to $45. Since Saturday the Kohlhaas Bros. Oarage In Algona has had on exhibit one or more models of the new 1931 Chevrolet which was put on display Saturday all over the county. Special fireworks displayed on the roof of the Kohlhaas Bros, garage were a part of the announcement program held at the garage Saturday evening beginning at seven-fifteen. Large crowds gathered to get their first glimpse of the new General Motors product, and it is safe to say that the new Chevrolet was gazed upon by several hundred onlookers. The new model has many Improvements over last year's model. The car is longer and wider with a straight stream line which enhances its beauty. The radiator is higher and narrower with an arch lamp support across the front. The siren is under the left front lamp. The upholstering Is of mohair or broadcloth and the specials will be equipped with lift ropes, ash trays, and vanity cases. The windshield is of the non-glaring type which will not reflect lights from the cars behind. Mechanical features of the car have been refined in a good many ways to make the car a quieter running model. Lovejoy shock absorbers add to the comfort of tfhe passengers. Special insulation material has been installed on the dash and beneath the front floor mats to assure greater comfort for the driver and passengers, both winter and summer. The new steering gear design is used in many of the higher priced cars. All cars are equipped with alemlte lubricating system; theft proof ignition lock; storage battery with composition case; complete tool kit; automatic stop light; rear vision mirror; open cars'have curtains that open with the doors; a full vision windshield with rubber weatherstrip and automatic wiper; two beam headlamps with parking bulbs on all passenger models except sport roadster, sport coupe and special sedan, which have two-beam headlights, single bulb with cowl lights operated from light switch. All closed modete are equipped with miltary sun visor. The 1931 models are finished in attractive colors trimmed with chrome plated brass radiator shell, head lamps, tail lamp, head lamp tie bar and cowl mouldings. The Chevrolet has the well known Fisher body. The six cylinder Chevrolet of to- days compares very favorably with the cars sold six or seven years ago at $1200 to $1500. During the past six or eight years the progress of the Chevrolet in automobile history has been outstanding. Each year since 1925 has seen the production of this low priced car almost doubled, until now the Chevrolet is almost at the top in mass production. Kohlhaas Bros. Garage has been selling the Chevrolet since the beginning of 1925 and during that time has sold 1679 Chevrolets. In the year 1929, they sold 417 Chevrolets, a remarkable sales record. While this year's sales on all kinds of cars all over the country has not been up to last, the Kohlhaas Bros, had sold 240 cars to November 1. The firm received its first car load of new Chevrolets Monday. Besides being finer models the new Chevrolets have an added attraction in a substantial reduction in price, ranging from $20 to $45 on the sedan. The Kohlhaas Brothers, Prank and P. J., have been in the automobile business for the last fourteen years. They began their automobile business with the Buick and Dodge agencies. In 1925 they took the agency for the Chevrolets and for three or four years have handled the Chevrolet exclusively. The Kohlhaas Bros, have one of the best organized garages in the country and own their own building.. Their service and repair department is of the best, and some of their mechanics have been with them almost since the time the business was started. Included among (the personnel of the establishment are the owners, Philip J. and Prank Kohlhaas; Joe Harig; Ed. Bartlett: Jess Over; Amy Johnson and mechanics, Wm. Dau, Ralph Elbert, Jas. Elbert, Elmer Kelly, Oscar Kohlwes and Nels Larson, P. Schallln and Leo Walters. New Chevrolet Six Wins in Road Test. Motor: Over a 139.7 mile course, mostly smooth, level and straight, but partly mountainous, a Chevrolet six roadster, piloted by Earl Allen, San Antonio, Texas, won the recent Mexican road race from Nuevo Laredo to Monterey, by averaging 72.73 miles per hour. Second, Chevrolet; third, Stutz; fourth, Studebaker Commandter 8; fifth, Ford; sixth, Ford; seventh, Chevrolet. There were twenty-nine starters in three classes: first, modified stock, under $1000; modified stock over $1000; and strictly stock cars without reference to price class. The Stutz and Studebaker were strictly stock, the others mentioned were modified stock. Among the entrants above $1000 were several cars capable of doing ninety miles per hour or more, but they failed to win against the Chevrolet because of the terrific pace they set with the result that they broke down. A Gardner 8 phaeton averaged 86.79 miles per hour for the first 43 miles, and was leading with an average speed of 81 miles per hour until fifteen miles from the finish when it threw a rod. Much of the trouble was due to the fact that the day was excessively hot. Another race is planned but the date has not been announced. An Announcement by the—— itu.4,i:ic mrn it PRESENTING THE NEW CHEVROLET SIX *! Today A e Motor Company presents the Bigger and Better Chevrolet Six, a new model of the six-cylinder car which has enjoyed such wide popularity. In the chassis and body of this new six-cylinder Chevrolet you will find expressed, as never before, Chevrolet's well- known policy of progress through constant improvement. For— without departing from the basic features which have won the enthusiastic approval of over 2,000,000 buyers —Chevrolet has set an entirely new standard of quality and value in the low-price field. Your first impression of the new Chevrolet will be one of striking fleetness, grace and beauty. The car is longer, lower and modernly smart. The radiator has been deepened. The •« long) hood lines sweep back to blend gracefully into the new Fisher bodies. And never was Fisher's fine craftsmanship more evident than in the bodies of the new Chevrolet Six! Not only are the bodies roomier and more comfortable, but as you study them you will discover many gratifying new features and refinements. Mechanically, too, the new Chevrolet Six is a better automobile. The wheelbase is longer. The frame is stronger. The steering is easier. The clutch is more durable. There is a smoother, quieter, easier shifting transmission. In fact, wherever finer materials and more advanced design could .add to Chevrolet quality or increase Chevrolet's traditional economy of ownership—improvement has been made. See the new Chevrolet Six — forhereisthe Great AmericanValue! » » AT NEW LOW PRICES « « Chevrolet boa long been one of the lowest priced curs in the world. Yet due to the savings of volume production and increased inanu- facturiug efficiency, the Digger and Better Chevrolet is offered at now low prices. Come in today. See and drive the new Chevrolet Six. Learn the new economy of owning a modern, fine quality, six-cylinder automobile. The Phaeton The Roadster $ 510 $ 475 Sport Roadster with rumble seat- The Coach Standard Coupe Standard Five- { Window Coupe __ *545 ? 535 Sport Coupe { with rumble seat _ Standard Sedan Special Sedan _. 575 $ 635 $ 650 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT EXTRA All prices f. '0. b. Flint, Michigan Chevrolet Trucks from $355 to $695 NEW CHEVKOLE1 IT'S WISE TO CIIOOSK A SIX KOHLHAAS BROS. GARAGE, Algona, Iowa Distributors Frank Fisher, Titonka Roderick Auto Co., Lone Rock Wesley Auto Co., Wesley Service Motor Co., Burt The new Chevrolet Six made its appearance Saturday in the^show rooms of Chevrolet dealers the country over. This new car represents what Chevrolet has to offer in the way of development, improvements and new features and it is priced at the lowest levels in Chevrolet history. For ten years it has been Chevrolet's privilege to be the standard bearer of quality, performance and economy in the low-price field.. And in this new six%ylinder model, Chevrolet is giving its friends a new value, a new feeling of freedom in driving and a modern c^r equalled only at much higher prices. '* , ," ' ' Chevrolet appreciates the public support which has made such progress possible and asks its friends throughout the world to examine and ride in this new Six—and find something new and really exceptional in a popular priced automobile. •BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI HEATERS Hot Air and Hot Water Heaters for All Cars Seat Covers for I 929 and 1930 Chevrolet cars, were $1 3.00, while they last $7.00 put on. Alcohol and Prestone Freezing Solution 1930 6 cyl. Clicv. coach 1929 0 -cyl. Chev. coupe 1926 Chevrolet sedan 2 Ford one ton truck 3928 Dodge sedan. '29 Model A Ford tudor 1928 Model T Ford sedan •BBBBSIBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Kohlhaas Bros. Garage Phone 200 Algona, Iowa. ,-'-,,,-.. .*..:., ..v. 1 '."*..

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