GERMANS LIKE OUR CARS
The New York Times
April 12, 1914
Many American Machines Will Be Seen at Auto Salon.
Special Cable to The New York Times.
BERLIN, April 11.—After a lapse of two or three years Berlin is preparing to hold another Automobile Salon in the coming Autumn, at which, according to all indications, a strong representation of American machines will be a distinctve features
American cars, chiefly popular-priced makes, have won their way into German favor with rapid strides in the last two years. Actual experience with them has entirely belied the slanders of German rivals that the transatlantic products were not worth the attention of European motorists.
Half a dozen American factories now maintain big selling agencies in Berlin, Hamburg, and other cities, and one or two of them have established branch works here for assembling the machines and keeping up repairs.
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