National Geographic : 1940 Apr
Copyright Dionne Quintuplets T ESE world-famous little ladies are cer Stainly growing up in style *Here they're learning how the world's most famous motor car body has grown up, too-into the widest, longest, strongest Unisteel Turret Top Body by Fisher that General Motors cars have ever had * Its extra room, you can imagine, is a mighty important contribution to motoring comfort-while its newly strengthened steel construction makes your security on the high way more certain than ever * But of all the ultra-modern features with which the 1940 Body by Fisher abounds, none is more eye opening than its Planned Vision * It increases the range of your view ahead with a wider r wYJyrlgu ulanna oula uplue Above, from left to right, Yvonne, Marie, Annette, Cecile, Emilie show keen interest in a model of the famous coach S that symbolizes Fisher craftsmanship. On the left, they're obviously delightedwith its most modern counterpart-the1940 og' Body by Fisher-andthe luxurious way it enhances the new Chevrolet. Note the absence of distortion in its Hi-Test Safety Plate Glass- used in all door windows and Ventipanes as well as the windshield of the 1940 Special De Luxe Chevrolet sedan shown here. windshield. It broadens your scope of traffic behind with a more effective placement of the rear-view mirror and a 10% to 18% larger back window. And it rids your sight seeing of distortion and eyestrain - by the use of genuine Safety Plate Glass all around * That's why you hear it repeated so often, "The buyword for '40 is Body by Fisher" which means a General Motors car, of course.