Sydney, New Century Press Ltd, [early 1920s].
Small quarto (229 × 180 mm), folding out to reveal a large uncut sheet (approximately 410 × 535 mm) printed in three colours, comprising six double-sided panels with 8 illustrations.
Light creases to the bottom corners; tiny split to the end of one fold; an excellent copy.
An attractive sales brochure for this American automobile, printed in Australia for the 'Agents Throughout the Commonwealth'. 'The success of the Chandler Motor Car Co. encouraged Frederick C. Chandler (1874-1945) to organize the Cleveland Automobile Co. to produce a lower-priced automobile. Founded in Feb. 1919, the new firm began production in July [producing] the Cleveland automobile, a 5-passenger touring car that sold for $1,385; 16,000 of them were made in 1920. Chandler Motor Car made 23,832 automobiles that year - the most of any car manufacturer in Cleveland. However, sales, production, and profits declined for both companies in 1921. The two firms consolidated as Chandler-Cleveland Motors Corp. in 1926, and production of the Cleveland car was discontinued.' (Case Western University website).