National Geographic : 1927 Jun
"The supremecon biation of al that is fine in motor cars" EADERSHII the vanguard of au ress has been con of precision manu For a generation P the great automo from which have the most impor tant develop ments in the S, Pac of the modern car. tomotive prog- Today, Packard-powered planes, sistently main- surviving gruelling military and seven years. naval tests; Packard-engined rac pist r ingboats,championsof their class; :ntbacked from Packard cars, outstanding as the ns more than most imitated cars in the world; ns more :r:than iit engineering proclaim Packard leadership on highest degree land, in the air, and on the water. ifacture. And Packard owners, themselves ickard has been leaders in every field of human tive laboratory endeavor, know that their cars come many of cannot but reflect a compli ment upon their PAC KA RD dtaste and •:: C Ajudgment.