National Geographic : 1920 Feb
Why the Hot Spot Chalmers is Two Years Ahead of the Times AGREAT many motor cars today are not be having the way they once did. The trouble is not I~o with the car, but with the gas you feed it. For gas has gone down and down in grade and there has been only one engine designed which meets successfully this con dition. That engine is found in a Hot Spot Chalmers. First of all, Hot Spot takes the raw gas that comes from the car buretor and cracks up the raw molecules into still finer mole cules. So fine, as a matter of fact, that engineers term it "dry" gas. Hot Spot not only "pulverizes" the gas to extract the innermost particles of power but it also warms up the gas, which aids further in getting out the power. CHALMERS MOTOR CAR CO., But Hot Spot merely starts the work. It remains for SRam's-horn to complete it. Ram's-horn, as its name im plies, is shaped like the horn of a ram. This means that when the gas leaves Hot Spot each cylinder is just exactly the same distance away. Therefore it is quite im possible for one cylinder to get more gas than another, or better gas. Ram's-horn not only feeds the "pulverized" gas to the cylinders in the most direct route known to a gas engine but also the quickest route. One ride is enough to convince the average Doubting Thomas. One thousand miles in a Hot Spot Chalmers and you, too, will say it is one of the few great cars of the world. DETROIT, MICH. CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD., WINDSOR, ONT. MAXWELL MOTOR CO., INC., EXPORT DIVISION, 1808 BROADWAY. NEW YORK CITY "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"