Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Haynes Special Speedster, 1921

Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 20s". Click image for 678 x 875 size.

"Beauty - Strength - Power - Comfort

Haynes Character Cars

To dash to the beach or golf links in the Haynes Special Speedster; to sit behind its wheel on the road to the houseparty or country club function; to feel its exuberant power in the drive to fill a business engagement - these are experiences which create the mood for full enjoyment and confident accomplishment at the destination. This year finds the Haynes Special Speedster still more a car of virile character; the pleasure or business companion for the man or woman who loves life and action.

With its rakish windshield and wind deflectors; individual fenders and steps; additional wire wheels which flank the hood; cord tires; sloped seat cushions, and finger-touch starting lever which animates the Haynes built six or twelve cylinder motor, the Haynes Special Speedster stands incomparable among two-passenger open cars.

The brilliant beauty of its Speedster Red Color accentuates the body's graceful sweep from the dominating hood to the tip of the rear carrying compartment. Too few of these Speedsters will be built to reduce their exclusiveness. An early reservation its recommended.

1893 - The Haynes is America's first car - 1921"

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