National Geographic : 1912 Jan
Left hand-valve side-of the simple HUDSON "33" motor Here is where simplicity counts most. An inaccessible motor, or one that is not dust-proof, or one that hasn't sufficient power, or one that is not quiet, will interfere greatly with your motor-car satisfaction. You won't find such another motor as this. It is in Howard E. Coffin's greatest automobile, the New Self-Starting HUDSON "33" This motor is shown here as its simplicity is The self-starting device is in itself in accord with typical in that respect of the entire car. the rest of the car. More than Iooo fewer parts are used. It has but twelve parts and weighs only 4'/ Every vital part of the car is instantly accessible. pounds. This means lower cost in making, lower mainten- Contrast that with other starters. ance cost, because there are fewer parts to get out C ttt w o of adjustment and there is nothing to interfere with This one is 98 per cent right as shown in hundreds quick attention to any portion that might need it. of tests. Every detail of finish-development of beauty- Other cars have some of the advanced features quietness, smooth operation and power is noticeably of the self-starting HUDSON "33," but none other evident in the Self-Starting HUDSON "33." has them all. Compare with any car-regardless of price. Fully equipped with Disco Self-Starter, top, Demountable rims, BIG tires, windshield, headlights, oil side and tail lamps, Prest-O-Lite tank, and all the price is $1600 f. o. b. Detroit. It is something to own Howard E. Coffin's latest car. It is something to know it intimately, for in that manner you will be able to understand values in other cars. Write for our guide, "How to Choose a Motor Car." It will help you in determining values in any car. See the Triangle on the Radiator HUDSON MOTOR CAR CO. 7258 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 130 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."