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Automotive News Briefs: 10 December 1911


Automotive News Briefs: 10 December 1911

KRITS POPULAR IN FOREIGN LANDS
The San Francisco Call

Large Shipments of the Little Cars Are Being Made to Europe

The fame of the K-R-I-T has become unusually widespread in foreign countries. A shipment of 50 cars to Great Britain has just been made from the Detroit factory and 23 other Krits have been sent to other foreign shores, including France, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Australia, Brazil and the Argentine.

"It is really astonishing," reports Assistant General Manager H. H. Crawford of the Krit Motor Car company, to "observe the sudden popularity the K-R-I-T has gained among foreign motorists. Dealers 5,000 and 10,000 miles away have ordered cars in large quantities simply from the catalog."

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