National Geographic : 1940 Dec
We say of the Buick LIMITED for 1941 that it is built to outrun, outstyle, outperform and outvalue the finest automobiles America has previously offered. We assert further that its equal is not to be found within hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars of its price. Whether we are right or wrong you can tell instantly by examining it and trying it on the road. But as long as there is a chance that we are cor rect, can you honestly justify the purchase of any other upper-bracket motorcar without first seeing what the LIMITED has to offer? EXEMPLAROF GENERAL MOTORS VALUE 6S 1/4SL! A LINE OF SUPERLATIVELY FINE MOTORCARS, WITH BUICK FIREBALL VALVE-IN -HEAD STRAIGHT-EIGHT ENGINES, COMPOUND CARBURETION, COIL SPRINGING ON ALL WHEELS, TORQUE-TUBE DRIVE, HANDISHIFT TRANSMISSION, DOUBLE-WALL BODY BY FISHER AND NO LESS THAN SIXTY OTHER VALUE FEATURES. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."