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"NEW CAR DIRECTIONS"
"SPEED - This car SHOULD NOT BE DRIVEN FASTER THAN 35 MILES PER HOUR FOR THE FIRST 500 MILES. CAUTION-DO NOT RACE THE ENGINE, ESPECIALLY WHEN COLD."
"BRAKES - This car is equipped with quick and positive-acting 4-wheel brakes. Keep the car under control at all times as sudden application of brakes may result in discomfort to passengers or collision from rear."
"Instruments and Controls"
"The Throttle Button is located on the instrument panel at the extreme left. Pulling the button out opens the throttle as to maintain any desired engine speed on the road without depressing the accelerator pedal. Pushing the throttle button in closes the throttle and reduces the engine speed to idling speed as set on carburetor."
"YOUR CAR has been properly inspected and prepared for delivery by us. The efficiency of your car as well as its economy in operation depends largely upon the care it receives, particularly during the first few months of service. Giving systematic attention to lubrication, inspection and mechanical adjustments will insure your receiving complete satisfaction in the operation of your new Ford."
A Great New Motor Car
The New Ford
"The Story of the NEW EIGHT-CYLINDER FORD"
"It is not too much to say that the New Ford is a revolutionary automobile, for it is a new motor car, made to meet today's new conditions. Many months have been spent designing and perfecting it, to make of it the highest expression of Ford ideals of performance, comfort, beauty, safety, reliability and economy."
|"Convertible Sedan - Offers five passengers all the advantages of a closed and an open car. All windows are safety glass, and the top is easily raised and lowered. Two wide doors and folding front seats give easy access. Upholstered in either russet brown genuine leather, or Bedford Cord. Ash trays, rear seat arm rests and cowl lamps are standard equipment."|
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