National Geographic : 1927 Jun
The long road to Perfection grows shorter every day At the great General Motors Prov ing Ground, a fleet of Buick stock cars is on trial every day of the year. These cars are subjected to rigorous tests to determine their efficiency-and the effectiveness of suggested changes. Every move the Buick test cars make, every trial they undergo, is charted. Special instruments and devices for measuring a motor car or its parts have been developed for this purpose. The keenest minds in the automo tive industry check results. All because, with Buick, past achieve ment is the starting point for new accomplishment. The road to perfection is long, but each day, Buick makes it shorter. BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT, MICHIGAN Division of General Motors Corporation CanadianFactories: McLAUGHLIN-BUICK Oshawa, Ont. The sky is the limit on speed ,_asetazng.sronqna raus Enduranceat high speed on rough roads Tough going through deep sand I dtiswny rTor'cnae ar rs I drivtr's seat WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILI Taking a 24 per cent grade in Ii els e u- -,N' I UICK WILL BUILD THEM :-- ~p'