National Geographic : 1915 May
(HANDLER 5IX $1295 Now With Seven-Passenger Body The Chandler was the first of the light-weight sixes weigh ing less than 3,000 lbs. and selling for less than $2,000. And, just as it pioneered this field, so it has continued to LEAD this field. Enjoy Motor Car Luxury at an Economy Cost It has been only a couple of years since rich men were paying from three to five thousand dollars for automobiles that gave them such luxury, comfort, flexibility of speed, and certainty of service as you can get now in the Chandler Light-Weight Six for only $1295. And in order to get such luxury and comfort and flexibility and sure service, these rich men had to buy heavy cars that were very expensive to maintain. You get these qualities now, in the same maximum degree, in the Chandler, which costs very little to maintain. For the Chandler, even the new model, with its long wheel-base and big, roomy, seven-passenger body, weighs less than 3,000 lbs., runs 16 miles or more per gallon of gasoline, 700 miles per gal lon of oil, and 7,000 miles per set of tires. Compare all the other light sixes with the Chandler. Compare them carefully. Then decide whether you can get as much by paying hundreds more. Seven-Passenger Touring Car or Roadster, $1295 See the Chandler at your dealer's or write for new catalogue. Chandler Motor Car Co., 1405-1435 East 131st Street CLEVELAND, OHIO U.S.A. New York City Office, 1890 Broadway Cable Address: Chanmotor "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."