Cycle Car Every Man's Machine.
The New York Times
April 12, 1914
"No gears to smash, no live axles or worm gears to lubricate and annoy, but fifty miles per hour and per gallon of gasoline on the level and 600 pounds weight, is the slogan for the cycle car owners," says W. H. McIntyre, President of the Cycle Car Association. "The cycle car is the result of the final evolution of the doctor, the commercial man, the grocer, the butcher, and the farmer, in the search for the economical automobile—the poor man's car that can meet the purse of every man, both in first cost and upkeep."
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