National Geographic : 1917 Apr
Economy! Cheapest power is that which makes best use of Nature's resources. With the gliding drive of a full-rigged ship-plus a speed no craft ever had-the twelve agile and powerful cylinders of the Packard motor will carry you anywhere in greatest security and comfort-at least possible cost. The economical use of gasoline is one of the major advantages of the Twin-six. T There are twenty and more Packard styles. Prices, open cars, three thousand fifty and thirty-five hundred dol lars, at Detroit. 't ' Packard Motor Car Company. Ask the man who owns one - - TWIN 6 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."