National Geographic : 1919 Dec
-on Dairy Routes GMC Brakes are positive in action and great in strength; they hold the truckunder most difficult conditions. Adjust ments are made by turning large, simple, self-locking wing nuts on Brake rods, which can be done without tools in a few seconds' time. Sixteen GMC Trucks, most of them 3 to 1 ton capacity, are delivering milk daily in Seattle and suburbs, for Kristoferson's Dairy. August Kristoferson, owner, says: "We have used GMC Trucks for the past five years, and have put them through the hardest kind of service. In the meantime we have tried two other makes of trucks, the use of which has proved that GMC's are the best trucks we can get for our business. We might add that our first GMC is still on the job, and never misses a day. We are now standardizing on GMC Trucks with a fleet of sixteen oper ating in the city of Seattle." GMC Model 16, 3 to 1 ton, was the model selected as standard in its class by the War Department. GMC Trucks are backed by the General Motors Corporation, the strongest organization in the automotive industry. GENERAL MOTORS TRUCK COMPANY PONTIAC, MICHIGAN (543) "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"