From GM press: In late 1913, just two years after its founding, Chevrolet introduced the 1914 “Royal Mail” Roadster.  It was the first Chevy to wrap almost every Chevrolet-specific attribute into one car.  Contemporary and jaunty, the Royal Mail had great visual appeal.  Its reliable 171-cid 4-cylinder engine had overhead valves, a premium design that contributed to its relatively high power rating.  The car's moderate $750 list price included a top, windshield and speedometer – items that had been accessories on more expensive cars just a few years before.  In retrospect, it seems fitting that the Royal Mail was one of the first models to carry the Chevrolet bowtie badge.

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