Steam Carriage Ads (Apr, 1902)

EXCLUSIVE EXCELLENCE.
The 1902 Winton product is the finest creation upon the automobile market. A combination of all structural advantages. Thoroughly reliable under all conditions of service.
Our Catalog may help some.

THE WINTON MOTOR CARRIAGE CO.,
486 Belden Street, Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A. Branches in New York, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia.

The Pierce Motorette
Has three great attractions—simplicity. Practicability and Price. Its power is the De Dion motor, 3-1/2 horse power, water – cooled cylinder, the famous French make. The entire frame is made in our own factory, and is specially adapted for American uses. Transmission by gears entirely covered, hence protected from dust and breakage. Materials and workmanship of the best. A light and efficient vehicle with a maximum speed of 25 miles an hour. Useful at ail seasons. Great hill-climbing power. Economical in operation. Weight 600 pounds, without top. Fully equipped with lamps and cyclometer.
GEORGE N. PIERCE CO.

“An Up-Hill Game” is easily played with the greatest speed if you are operating THE GROUT STEAM STANHOPE
It is specially constructed for up-hill work and can easily beat the time of all other machines in this respect. A handsome well-constructed, well-proportioned carriage. Very economical in operation. Every part made in our own factory- Ask for catalogue and circulars describing new features for 1902.
GROUT BROS, ORANGE, MASS., U.S.A.

Our Steam Carriages Excel in Running Qualities
Ease of Handling, Reliability, Strength and Finish. Impossible to tell all about them here. Write us for catalogue. Inquiries cheerfully answered.
THE CONRAD MOTOR CARRIAGE COMP’Y
1417 Niagara St.,Buffalo,N. Y.

4 comments
  1. Thundercat says: April 16, 20083:21 pm

    It’ll never catch on. I’ll stick with my horse.

  2. nlpnt says: April 16, 20087:21 pm

    The Winton is a gas-powered car; in 1903 it was the first car driven across the country.

  3. jayessell says: April 16, 20087:53 pm

    Charlie… is this your first post of an article over 100 years old?

  4. Charlie says: April 16, 200811:39 pm

    jayessell » It is the oldest magazine I’ve posted, though I did post this article first:
    http://blog.modernmecha…

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