National Geographic : 1916 May
'CheStandard ofValue and Quality The car of "Her" choice It is probably no exaggeration to say that nine women out of ten will prefer the Paige " Six-46 " to any other car in the moderate price field. But-if you want the evidence of your own experience-take the "Missus" along with you next time that you visit Automobile row. Let her see allof the popular light Sixes. Then ask her to name the car of her choice. It is, of course, the Fairfield's beauty of line and design that makes the strongest appeal to feminine fancy. But don't forget for one minute that your wife will also be interested in the mechanical features. This is the car that she can drive with absolute safety-and she will be quick to recognize that fact. Though the "Six-46" is a big car, it can be controlled with amazing ease. The powerful Six-cylinder motor throttles down to a mere snail's pace without change from high" andinstantly-eagerly-responds to the slightest impulse of the accelerator. With so much flexibility at com mand, it is child's play to drive in the thickest city traffic. The Fairfield ".Six-46" is the ideal family car. That is why it makes such an instantaneous appeal to both men and women. Paige-Detroit Motor Car Company 1212 McKinstry Ave., Detroit Fleetwood "Six-38" $1050 Fairfield "Six-46" $1295 S.o . b. Detroit "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."