National Geographic : 1916 Apr
! : RIGHT OF WAY T HE man who drives a Packard Twin-Six owns the road. His car is the accepted gauge of ability and value. Its twelve cylinder motor is the master of any situ ation, whether that situation demand sustained racing speed, downright exertion, or the smoothest, softest action. In the service of more than 4,000 owners it has shattered all traditions of automobile suf ficiency. The Packard Twin-Six engine was a logical development by a company that for seventeen years has been the recognized leader of automobile progress. Now it has the clinching endorsement of the most exacting clientele in the world. The Packard Motor Car Company repeats with greater emphasis than ever before: "Ask the man who owns one" THE "1-95," with any Open Body, $2750, f. o. b. Detroit THE "1-35," with any Open Body, $8150, f. o. b. Detroit , U DTWIN- S IX" * U______ "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."