For Sale is a Full Page taken from "The Bystander, June 5th, 1907," called "Cars of the Moment," showing the Following Four Photographs.
a- Mr. A. E. Paul on his 45 h.p. six-cylinder Napier, fitted with Rudge-Whitworth wire wheels - a competitor for the Graphic Trophy. b- The Gladiator car, a competitor in the Heavy Tourist Trophy Race in the Isle of Man. One of these cars made a four-day non-stop run in the recent Irish Reliability Trials. c- Scotland's representative in the Tourist Trophy Race - the Arrol-Johnston car. One of these cars won the race in 1905, and last year made the fastest actual running time, being delayed solely by tyre troubles. d- One of the three 80 h.p. eight-cylinder Weigel cars which will take part in the Grand Prix on July 2. This car can do sixty miles an hour on its third speed, and ninety-five miles an hour on its top speed.