National Geographic : 1914 Jul
WINTON SIX Model 21-Now Ready A New Beauty for 1915 With Distinctive Individuality for You Personally THE rare beauty of this car challenges admiration. Best of all, we give your personal car a special individuality to meet your own good taste and to distinguish your car from every other owner's car. But that's a matter we prefer to take up with you personally. All the sterling features of Winton construction are retained in Model 21. The enlarged radiator and bonnet blend into a pleasing unit with the new body, which is of singularly attractive design. The raised stream-line panel has been seen heretofore on limousines only. Doors are wider and swing on concealed hinges. No outside handles. Seats are roomier. The cowl board arrangement is new. A tonneau light is provided. Springs are always automatically oiled by Dann cushion inserts. Wheel base 136 inches (on four-passenger and runabout cars, 130 inches). Especial provision has been made for the most satisfying comfort. Note the Equipment: Electric starter or Air starter. You may have your choice without extra charge. Complete electric lighting system. One-man top of finest mohair; has easily handled curtains. New-design rain-vision glass front. Klaxon electric horn, concealed under bonnet. Waltham eight-day clock, with highest-grade watch movement. First-grade Warner speedometer. Improved tire carriers at rear. Demountable rims. Tires-37x 5-inch, all around. Power-driven tire pump. Full set of tools. The price of the five-passenger car is $3250 fully equipped, and You may write your own guarantee. Write for 1915 catalog; now ready. Ask us about the exclusive feature of individualityfor your own car. The Winton Motor Car Company, 12 Berea Road, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. DirectFactory Branch Houses in 20 Leading Automobile Centers. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."