National Geographic : 1920 May
IIH S(XI CHANDLER SIX Famous For Its Marvelous Motor Why So Many Prefer the Chandler Six THE appeal of the handsome Chandler Sedan and Coupe is far-reaching among men and women who are appre ciative of the better qualities of motor car design and construction and finish. The beauty of line and snug comfort and fine upholstering and finish naturally appeal to them in a great degree. But they all appreciate quite as much the ease of driving the Chandler Six, the unusual flexibility of the power of its marvelous Seven-Pa motor, simplifying control of the car in traffic and adding no end of pleasure to open-road driving. The Chandler Coupe seats three per sons in luxurious comfort, or four when the large deep-cushioned auxiliary seat is used. The Sedan, quite the most attractive of sedans, seats seven persons in perfect comfort or five without the use of the folding spring-cushioned chair seats. The Chandler car, in all models, is more fairly priced than any other car of similar quality SIX BEAUTIFUL TYPES OF BODY Seven-Passenger Touring Car, $1895 Four-PassengerRoadster, $1895 Four-PassengerDispatch Car, $1975 ssenger Sedan, $2895 Four-PassengerCoupe, $2795 Limousin (All pricesf. o. b. Cleveland, Ohio) Dealers in all PrincipalCities and Hundreds of Towns e, $3395 CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, O. Export Department: 5 Columbus Circle, New York Cable Address: "CHANMOTOR" ICHNDLR MTOR AROMPNY, LEVLAN, I "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"