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The 1927 Falcon Knight Sedan Sales Brochure

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"Extremely Active and Smooth! Smart in Appearance" claimed this 1927 Falcon Knight Sales Brochure.

The Falcon-Knight Sedan models were finished in a manner to be found only in more costly American Automobiles. Nothing was omitted to make the Falcon-Knight Sedan line the outstanding value in its price class.

Two Falcon Knight Sedans were offered in 1927 and 1928. A six passenger four door sedan and a four passenger two door sedan.

1928 Falcon-Knight
1928 Falcon-Knight

The chassis of the Falcon-Knight was designed and constructed in keeping with the excellence of the Knight six. The Knight Six specifications include a sleeve valve type, bore 2 1/2 inches, stroke 3 7/8 inches, silent type timing chain, alloy pistons and developed 45 horsepower.

1928 Falcon-Knight Two Door Sedan
1928 Falcon-Knight Two Door Sedan

Shown above and below are the 1928 Falcon-Knight two door sedan priced at $1,095.00 and the four door sedan priced at $1,195.00. Wood artillery type wheels were used on these two sedans. However, Falcon Knight Gray Ghost Roadsters were equipped with wire wheels.

1928 Falcon-Knight Four Door Sedan
1928 Falcon-Knight Four Door Sedan

Standard equipment included speedometer, ammeter, oil gauge, dash gasoline gauge, automatic windshield, wiper, gasoline filter and air cleaner. Other features were dome light in the sedans, tail light stop light, carburetor choke control. The falcon-Knight had a specially designed instrument panel.

1928 Falcon-Knight
1928 Falcon-Knight Information

Falcon-Knight Six specification shown below. The rear axle was a semi-floating banjo type, front axle was a I section, brakes on all four wheels were produced by Bendix, standard carburetor, the crankshaft had 7 main bearings, clutch was a single dry disc, oil pressure was high pressure force feed, cooling with water, thermostatic controlled, transmission was a three speed and reverse, 29 inch x 5.50 inch wheels and tires.

1928 Falcon-Knight
1928 Falcon-Knight Six Specifications

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