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Metz Cars. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1916) Metz Light Car. A Metz hugs the road as no other Light Car Does. Simple in construction, but speedy and powerful in operation. $600. Completely equipped, including Electric Starter and Electric Lights. (1913) Metz 22 Gearless Car. No clutch to slip - no gears to strip. The Metz 22 is a high class, fully guaranteed roadster of the torpedo semi-enclosed type, left-hand drive and center control. Equipped with 4-cylinder 22 1/2 hp water-cooled motor, Bosch magneto, windshield, extension top and cover slip, full elliptic springs all around, standard artillery wheels, best quality Goodrich clincher tires, 5 lamps and gas generator, horn, pump and tool outfit. Will make from 5 to 50 miles per hour on the high speed, and climbs hills as fast as any regular stock car made. Built to carry either single or double rumble seat if desired. The Metz Company was a pioneer brass era automobile maker established by Charles Herman Metz in Waltham, Massachusetts, from ca.1908 to 1922. Enjoy these vintage ads for Metz Cars while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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