From the August 1924 issue of Motorcyclist Magazine.
King C. Gillette, of Los Angeles, inventor and manufacturer of the Gillette Safety Razor, is one of the directors and a large stockholder in Ner-A-Car. Mr. Gillette has proved himself one of the most farsighted American manufacturers in forecasting popular demand. His judgment of the future of Ner-A-Car is well worth considering.
Why the public will buy Neracar “Motoring On Two Wheels”
Cheap-The price is $185. Upkeep extremely low. 85 to 100 miles to gallon of gas. No garage expense.
Simple-As easy to ride and control as a bicycle. Anybody can learn to ride Ner-A-Car in five minutes.
Clean-Broad fenders protect the rider from mud, dust and grease. Ride in any clothing without injury.
Safe-Speed from a crawl up to 35 miles per hour. Low center of gravity. Climbs hills easily. Practically skid-proof. Low saddle position. Feet on ground at start and stop.
Light-Easily controlled in operation by women, girls or boys and is parked or garaged with slight effort. Weight-180 lbs.
Convenient-Parks in small space. Provides transportation to work, to school, to the club without waiting for taxi or street car. There when its wanted.
Different-Beautiful in appearance. Looks unlike any other motor vehicle. No bar to straddle. Nothing to interfere with women’s skirts. Step in as into an automobile.
Popular-For women, girls, boys, men, bankers, mechanics-everybody. It looks classy; it is classy; and, it is as good as it looks.
85 to 100 Miles to the Gallon 35 Miles Per Hour
$185 Electrically Equipped at Syracuse
Ner-A-Car Corporation, Syracuse, N.Y.
Dealers-Western territory is now being allotted. Write today if there is no Ner-A-Car dealer in your town.