National Geographic : 1916 Feb
Over$100,000,000 Cars in916 will have Westinglousequipment S tinightin and -i Battery hf* Charging ig hting s Generator Lihfing-, I. *aa Vertical I I nlr on Inition Starting Motor THESE Cars are the 1916 out put of sixty-two manufactur ers-known to every motorist in America as producing the cars of highest grade in material and workmanship at their respective price ranges: *Allen TLauth-Juergens :American La France *Lenox *Anderson *Lexington $Apperson $Locomobile *Austin *Marion *Biddle *Martin *Case *McFarlan $Chalmers *Michigan Hearse *Crawford *Mitchel *Cunningham *Moreland *Daniels SNational *Dart *Nelson-Le Moon *Davis *Pathfinder .Dorris *Pierce-Arrow tDort *Pilot *Duplex Power *Pullman !Elco $Renault $lEnger *Republic *Federal $Richard :F.I.A.T. *Riddle *Gerlinger *Russell *Glide *Seagrave .Gramm-Bernstein TSinger *Gramm Motor Truck *Standard *H. A. L. $Stearns *Halladay *Stegeman !Hupmobile *Sterling (Motor Boats) *Imperial :Stewart ::Kelly-Springfield :Touraine tKissel Car *U. S. Carriage *Kline Kar *Wichita *Starting, Lighting, and Ignition. tLighting and Ignition. :Starting and Lighting. If you are driving any of these cars, you know how the performance of the Westinghouse Equip ment confirms the judgment of the engineers who adopted it for your car; and if you do not, any owner of any of these cars will tell you. Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company Automobile EquipmentDept. Shadyside Works, Pittsburgh, Pa. Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., Hamilton, Ont. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."