National Geographic : 1913 Mar
SW------- WHITE FIVE PASSENGER SIX Electrically Self-Started and Lighted I THE WHITE SIX Ull Electrically Started and Lighted- Left Side Drive The purchaser of a high-priced car has the right to expect superior design and equipment as well as superior N Oll material and workmanship. j _ 5 The White was the first Six to introduce left-side drive, H,p p and today presents this logical method of control in its most Tfj desirable form-with right-hand operation of the gear-lever. The White was the first Six to incorporate in its equip ment an electrical starting and lighting system. The White 1 So Electrical System is designed and built by The White Corn pany, in The White Factory, especially for White Cars. The White is the only Six today equipped with an electrical system that is manufactured by an automobile company 11I especially for its own product. 90l Gasoline Motor Cars, Trucks and Taxicabs E^:::^v. __. v ._. .s 3 \ n l B-. * A =:A, , 3 "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."