MOTOR TRADE DOINGS.
The New York Times
December 10, 1922
The Greater New York Tire Dealers' Association will hold a midwinter open meeting at the Hotel Pennsylvania next Tuesday night. George J. Burger, President of the New York organization, who was recently elected President of the National Tire Dealers' Associationu, will present an analysis info conditions prevailing in the tire trade.
The new 1923 Lincoln chassis is on exhibition at the showrooms of the Fuller-Luce Company, 1,847 Broadway.
Ralph F. Rice has joined the Sherwood Automobile Corporation, distributers of Jordan cars at Broadway and Fifty-eighth Street, as sales manager. He was formerly with the A. E. Ranney Company.
C. R. Teaboldt has succeeded Frank C. Mattern as manager of the Dort car branch in this city at 1,872 Broadway. Mr. Teaboldt has been associated with the Dort company for nearly three years.
Within a few months the Oakland Motor Car Company will be shipping between 300 and 400 cars per month to foreign countries, according to P. F. Cooper, manager of the Australasia and Africa divisions of the General Motors Export Company.
The old Wendell & Evans Company stable at 160 West Tenth Street is being remodeled for an electric vehicle garage, with accommodations for 175 cars.
The Remy Electric Company, manufacturers of automotive electrical equipment, announces that its complete starting, lighting and ignition system has been incorporated in the Maxwell car as regular equipment.
The Van Cortlandt Vehicle Corporation, distributers of Peerless cars, celebrated its sixth anniversary last week by the formal opening of its new five-story building on the southwest corner of Broadway and Sixty-second Street.
Predicting a shortage of motor cars with the Spring of 1923, E. J. Jordan, President of the Jordan Mortor Car Company says the most important factor is the possibility of closed car body manufacturers producing a sufficient number of bodies to meet what appears to be an insatiable demand.
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