National Geographic : 1928 Nov
PA ASK / THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE C ,* my experience is that the best is always the cheapest in the long run-in any line-clothes, auto mobiles,orshotguns. Ifyoukeep a Packard, say four years, it won't cost you any more than your pres ent car. You buy two cars now CARD) to my one, pay as much depreci ation as I do and then don't have the car you want. And I'll bet you a good dinner that the expenses of running my Packard, gas, oil, repairs, and so on, aren't a bit more than you are paying.