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’37 Buick: Salesman’s Fact Book (Part 7 of 10, Electrical System)

The 1937 Salesman’s Fact Book is my favorite piece of ’37 Buick literature.  It is packed full of detailed information about the cars, engines and accessories.  If you study hard and commit this book to memory, you too can be an excellent salesman.  Over the course of 10 weeks I will share complete sections of this Fact Book.  Here is section 7, the Electrical System.

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’37 Buick: Salesman’s Fact Book (Part 6 of 10, Sealing)

The 1937 Salesman’s Fact Book is my favorite piece of ’37 Buick literature.  It is packed full of detailed information about the cars, engines and accessories.  If you study hard and commit this book to memory, you too can be an excellent salesman.  Over the course of 10 weeks I will share complete sections of this Fact Book.  Here is section 6, Sealing.

 

 


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’37 Buick: Salesman’s Fact Book (Part 5 of 10, Chassis)

The 1937 Salesman’s Fact Book is my favorite piece of ’37 Buick literature.  It is packed full of detailed information about the cars, engines and accessories.  If you study hard and commit this book to memory, you too can be an excellent salesman.  Over the course of 10 weeks I will share complete sections of this Fact Book.  Here is section 5, the Chassis.

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’37 Buick: Salesman’s Fact Book (Part 4 of 10, Brakes)

The 1937 Salesman’s Fact Book is my favorite piece of ’37 Buick literature.  It is packed full of detailed information about the cars, engines and accessories.  If you study hard and commit this book to memory, you too can be an excellent salesman.  Over the course of 10 weeks I will share complete sections of this Fact Book.  Here is section 4, the Brakes.

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’37 Buick: Salesman’s Fact Book (Part 3 of 10, Ride)

The 1937 Salesman’s Fact Book is my favorite piece of ’37 Buick literature.  It is packed full of detailed information about the cars, engines and accessories.  If you study hard and commit this book to memory, you too can be an excellent salesman.  Over the course of 10 weeks I will share complete sections of this Fact Book.  Here is section 3, the Ride.

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’37 Buick: Salesman’s Fact Book (Part 2 of 10, Engine)

The 1937 Salesman’s Fact Book is my favorite piece of ’37 Buick literature.  It is packed full of detailed information about the cars, engines and accessories.  If you study hard and commit this book to memory, you too can be an excellent salesman.  Over the course of 10 weeks I will share complete sections of this Fact Book.  Here is section 2, the Engine.

 

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Sales Literature: 1908-1911 Browniekar

The Browniekar was a child-sized automobile built in Newark, NY from 1908-1911. The catalog introduction describes it as “a toy designed for harmless sport and amusement of the young folks, of such light weight and low speed as to remove all element of danger, but nevertheless a real motor car, designed by a practical automobile engineer”.

The car featured a 3-horsepower engine that could propel the vehicle to speeds of 10mph.  Cost of the Browniekar was $150.  Full catalog is shown.

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Image of the Week: 1952 Packard Patrician ‘400’

“The New 1952 Packard Patrician ‘400’

Never before has there been a motor car to compare with the 1952 Packard Patrician ‘400’.

Here is magnificent styling inside and out – offering a choice of five expertly tailored interiors of rich-textured fabrics to complement Packard’s glorious array of exterior colors.

And with the ultimate in new beauty, you get the brilliance of Packard engineering: in new Packard Thunderbolt power…new, smoother-than-ever Ultramatic Drive…effortless new Easamatic power brakes…forward-looking concepts of vision, steering, balance, roominess…

But words alone cannot express the magnificence of this fine motor car…You must drive it. Let the car itself show you why this Packard Patrician ‘400’ for 1952 is truly the most advanced, most luxurious motor car in the world.”

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