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Products include: (1920) At Mars Hill Indianapolis. In every component of LaFayette, its creators have essayed the literal expression of their ideal motor car. (1924) LaFayette Roadster. Like a good number of owners, Gouverneur Morris is now driving his second LaFayette. So, when he writes thus of his motor car, he expresses a judgement that is mature and tempered by experience. (1921) Touring Car. Open Cars, $5625. The purpose with which we started - to build the finest automobile we could, putting into its structure, without thought of cost, all that honest metal could give and that devoted workmanship could avail. (1922) What Mr. Bishop wrote to Mr. Creager. Before purchasing his LaFayette, Mr. A. Y. Creager of Sherman, Texas, wrote to Mr. C. W. Bishop, a LaFayette owner of Tulsa, Oklahoma, who has previously owned cars of ten different makes, asking for his opinion of the LaFayette. (1921) LaFayette Four-Door Coupe. Some day you will go for a ride in a LaFayette and forever after you will its champion. It is a car made by men who know their work, a car built for those who love fine things. (1922) Vestibule Sedan. It is not our goal to build in great numbers, but rather, to build in great excellence for those who love fine things. (1922) LaFayette Four-Door Coupe Touring Type. With the general improvement in business has come a demand for the LaFayette not enjoyed by any other car of its price. Would this not indicate that the lover of fine motor cars, after careful appraisal of values, has found the LaFayette most to be desired? (1922) New York Motor Show. Two years ago the LaFayette came to its first New York Motor Show sponsored only by our high enthusiasm and by our belief that our work had been done exceedingly well. To its third metropolitan show it comes now bringing the commendation of one thousand owners who have put the LaFayette to the test of daily use and know whereof they speak. (1921) LaFayette Cameo. This cameo, which is mounted on the radiator of every LaFayette, is the seal we place upon our work in witness that we have held fast to our purpose: to produce with honest metal and unhurried skill the very finest car we could. And More!
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