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Title Ad, magazine: Eclipse Starter Products. (Sat. Eve. Post, Oct. 3 1925) (Company with listed Hoboken location.)
Object Name Ad, Magazine
Catalog Number 2015.001.0056
Collection Hoboken Commerce Collection
Credit Museum Collections.
Scope & Content Magazine advertisement for Eclipse Starter Products. (1925)

Full-page black-and-white ad published in Saturday Evening Post, October 3, 1925, page 159. Full leaf as removed from publication, folded horizontally (as received.) Full text is found in notes.

Company made automobile starter drives in Elmira, New York which was the main factory. Hoboken and Walkerville,Ontario, were listed as additional locations. Neither of the factory photo illustrations were in Hoboken.

Street address of Hoboken operations has not been found. The scale of Hoboken operations is not known, but it was likely to have been for sales and distribution (warehouse/shipping.)


Building Your Eclipse Bendix Drive

ECLIPSE Starter-Products, including the Eclipse Bendix Drive, are notable for their high quality, careful workmanship and fine engineering, as well as for the vital service they render. Eclipse starter-products are at work, in some form, wherever ease, convenience and dependability are desired in starting a gas engine; the Eclipse Bendix Drive is standard equipment on the electric starters of a majority of the world’s automobiles and trucks. Genuine replacement parts for the Eclipse Bendix Drive are identical with the original. Obtainable throughout the world. Should emergency necessitate replacements, insist on genuine parts.

Eclipse Machine Company, Elmira, N.Y.
Eclipse Machine Company, Hoboken, N.J.
Eclipse Machine Company, Ltd., Walkerville, Ontario

The Connecting Link Between Starting Motor and Engine

“The Mechanical Hand That Cranks Your Car”
Date 1925
Year Range from 1925
Year Range to 1925
Search Terms Eclipse Machine Company
Caption Eclipse Starter Products. (Sat. Eve. Post, Oct. 3 1925)
Imagefile 335\20150010056.TIF
Classification Manufacturing
Business & Commerce