National Geographic : 1933 Oct
Mr. E. B. Blake, of Rumson, N.J., learnedabout Plymouth by driving one! W Eweregladwewentto Rumson, N. J ., after we met Mr. E . B. Blake, instructor of English at a private school. About a year ago Mr. Blake and his mother decided to try a Plymouth.With 20,000 miles on the speedometer, they have just traded that one in on another. They say "economy, sturdi ness and comfort" made Plym- outh their choice. We know Floating Power engine mount ings had a part in the comfort. Rigid-X frames and safety-steel bodies provided the sturdiness. The economy came from elim inating all dead weight. Look at all three low-priced cars. You'll find 20 places at least where you can compare values... and see why Plymouth is making friends so rapidly. Standard models priced from $445 to $510; De Luxe models, $495 to $595. All prices F. 0. B., subject to change without notice. See Plymouth at Chrysler Motors Building, Chicago Century of Progress. 445 ANPggB ACOYETRI PLYMOUTH SIX WITH PATENTED FLOATING POWER !