National Geographic : 1912 Mar
SW The price for either of three models-Touring, five-passenger; Torpec' four-passenger; or Roadster, two-passenger is $1,600. Not a cent more is needed to equip either car before it is reaay for use; for top, Disco Self-Starter, Demount able rims, BIG tires, windshield, large gas tank, magneto-dual ignition system-and all things usually listed as extras are included. Write for illustrations showing how the New Self-Starting HUDSON "33" is simpler than any other car. Features Similar to Those of the New Self-Starting HUDSON "33" Will Be Obtainable on Other Cars Two Years Hence. But Until Then-In Other Cars-You Must Submit to Almost 1,000 More Parts, the Destruction Caused by Dust, Dirt, and Grit Getting into the Exposed Mechanism-You Will Have to Wait for Self-Starters on Many Cars. Automobile engineers work several years ahead of their models. This makes it impossible for the features that will be copied from the New Self-Start ing HUDSON " 33 " to appear generally earlier than the next year or the year after. But you get now all the advantages that come with simplicity, quietness, dust-proof throughout, Self-Starter, Demountable rims, BIG tires, and the handsomest car built, if you choose the New Self-Starting HUDSON "33" It has such advanced features that you will find them in combination on no other automobiles. It has approximately I,ooo fewer parts than has the average car. It is a quiet automobile. Every moving part is thoroughly dust proof. It has a Self-Starter that in thousands of tests proved to be 98% efficient and which for simplicity and efficiency is typical of the rest of the car. It weighs but 4/2 pounds and has only 12 parts. There is nothing complicated. There is no great weight to tax the motor's, power, to weight the tires and to in', i he never-failing troubles that are found in practically ali of'.. starters. There are no check valves to leak. You won't find as simple a car anywhere as is the HUDSON "33." All parts are instantly ac cessible. When attention is required by any part of the car,'it can be given without delay, extra cost or inconvenience. Every detail of equipment is complete. Easy riding springs, soft cushions, high-grade upholstering, and lines which make the car as graceful as a yacht. All Mr. Coffin's earlier cars-there have been five and all famous too-have served as models for other makes. If you are thinking of some other car, the chances are it is modeled after one of Mr. Coffin's earlier designs. His cars have always set the pace. That is why you run great risk in buying any other automobile today. Think what you lose when, next year, the then current model of the car you now think well of is made to conform to the principles that are intro duced in the HUDSON "33." "See the Triangle on the Radiator" HUDSON MOTOR CAR CO. 7336 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 13" "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."