National Geographic : 1920 Jan
General Motors Trucks Power from the GMC Motor may be applied for other purposes than driving the vehicle, through the Power Take-off In raising tele phone poles, moving safes and in other auxiliary operations, the Power Take-off is thrown into gear through a special lever from the driver's seat. -in Milling Delivery F IVE GMC Trucks are handling all deliveries of E-Z-Bake Flour within a radius of fourteen miles for the Acme-Evans Company, of Indianapolis. Eight hours a day these sturdy trucks are speeding over city pavements and rutty country roads, carry ing the Acme-Evans product to the little wayside grocery, the big wholesale house and the popular bakery on the avenue. Regular, train-like schedules characterize the delivery of E-Z-Bake Flour, and so dependable are the route schedules that special deliveries are unknown. This fact means economy through GMC Trucks. During the three years these GMC Trucks have been in operation their performance has been highly satis factory, according to the written testimony of Mr. R. C. Crosswhite, the company's sales manager. The trucks are running like new and several more years of service are expected from them. In hundreds of other lines of business GMC Trucks are covering delivery routes with unfailing regularity. GMC Trucks are made by the exclusive truck-making unit of the General Motors Corporation and backed by this strongest of automotive organizations. GENERAL MOTORS TRUCK COMPANY One of the Units of the General Motors Corporation PONTIAC, MICHIGAN, U. S. A. Branches and Distributorsin PrincipalCities (556) "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"