Cole Advertising Campaign (1917)

1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Ad - The New All-Season Model
1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Ad - The New All-Season Model
1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Toursedan Ad (August, 1916) - Two Cars in One
1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Toursedan Ad (August, 1916) - Two Cars in One
1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Toursedan Ad (October, 1916) - Touring Car — Sedan — Both
1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Toursedan Ad (October, 1916) - Touring Car — Sedan — Both
1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Toursedan Ad (December?, 1916) - Winter or Summer — the Ideal Car
1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Toursedan Ad (December?, 1916) - Winter or Summer — the Ideal Car
1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Toursedan Ad - Open Car or Limousine — At Your Pleasure
1917 Cole-Springfield Eight Seven-Passenger Toursedan Ad - Open Car or Limousine — At Your Pleasure
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The Cole Motor Car Co.
Indianapolis, Indiana
1909-1925
Joseph J. Cole, a carriage maker built his first American Automobile in 1909. His company was The Cole Motor Car Co. and it was located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The first automobile was a high wheeler with a 90 inch wheelbase. The 1909 Cole was not very popular. However, Cole had the foresight to know that the automobile would evolve into an every day necessity for men and women.

So in 1910 Joseph Cole built larger and more powerful automobiles with four and six cylinder engines. 1916 was the first year that Joseph Cole used eight cylinder V-type engines. Then in 1919 Cole build his best automobile called The Aero Eight. Production lasted up to 1925 when he closed his company.
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