National Geographic : 1926 Apr
cj ~~ cJJ, K) 9~~~C' yD;f": c;>Yc) iIa ilr: ~ \-~I IchZ'C 14-i ~ ~ *, " (9~ i? s-I R 4~3~ -and now at Monte Carlo THOSE who have been in Europe during the past few seasons will remember the carbeauty contests which have been a fad at all the famous watering places on the Continent. Concours d'Eligance-Automobiles they are called in France. In these contests, held where the wealth and fashion of all nations gather at play, the most luxurious special bodies, the world's finest motor cars, are judged for beauty and distinction. Americans willbeproud to learn that a standard American motor car has won first prize in such a competition-not once but eleven times! Packard cars, entered by their private owners, have won first place for grace and beauty at Vichy, at Le Tou quet and at Aix-les-Bains in France. At Wiesbaden, Neuenahr, Trier, and Baden Baden in Germany. At Oporto in Portugal. And now at Monte Carlo-that cosmopolitan center of lux uryandbeauty ontheRiviera! Such international acclaim confirms America's li ii verdict- that the un changing beauty and distinction of Packard lines have yet to be equaled or surpassed. PACKARD the man Who oWn one 0- f~~j~~iiS' -3 ~ZOOM~~OtLt a 6,)1 CA k/ __ J.