Special Coupe Mounted On a Dodge Chassis
|Topics: Stratton-Bliss, Dodge
New York Tribune
September 24, 1922
Car Designed Primarily for New Yorkers to Meet the Traffic Conditions
Stratton-Bliss Company, Dodge Brothers dealers, is exhibiting a four-passenger coupe mounted on a Dodge Brothers chassis at the closed car show this week.
The car is of exceptionally fashionable appearance, and has been designed by the Stratton-Bliss Company, primarily for the exclusive New Yorker.
A particular style for New York City was bound to be developed, due to the increasing congestion of our main thoroughfares. In addition to its distinctive appearance the four-passenger coupe combines rapid acceleration, short turning radius and small parking space.
The new model has been warmly welcomed.
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