National Geographic : 1940 Mar
YOULL FIND 1NT STARTING in any weather, with the ex ve Nash Manifold-Sealed engine. Pick-up of S50 MPHI in 12.9 seconds in high gear. New th Speed Forward has an Automatic Over for safe passing, fast hill climbing. Sealed n lights-50% brighter for night driving. FUL TRAVEL. Smooth,silentArrow ht springing, Foam Sponge seats, reeka body mountings keep you ed 'til you turn into your Nash vertible bed. Over 1800 Nash ers offer nation-wide service. SOMEDAY THIS WEEK you're going to rub your eyes and wonder where you are. You'll find yourself on a road of mys tery. The scene is hauntingly familiar-but, what's happened? Thedayisclearer...theskyis brighter . . . you can almost count the shingles on the houses flashing by. Suddenly, you realize why. in a Nash-and for the first there's no blur or jiggle bei you and the landscape . . . t toanewkindofrideci Arrow-Flight! Where's that hill you used to crn upinsecond...thoserutstl yesterday jarred you to the teetl Look! You're flashing over ther now at forty-in a new kind o Fourth Speed Forward! Where's the engine roar ... the bang ing springs.., the howling wind? Listen! Even at the speed you're go ing, you can hear a whisper from the back seat. (It's something new in car quiet that Nash soundproof ing achieves!) And that blizzard blowing up out side? It must be a mirage-for you're breathing in air as fresh and warm and friendly as a May morning. Perhaps it's this Weather Eye magic that produces perpetual spring... or the absolute ease of Arrow Straight steering-but something leads you on. . - you'll follow this strange, un anny road-free from cold and ust . . . without ruts or bumps r menacing hill ... for at least a ndred thousand miles. i pity you haven't yet driven ash. ce that's holding you back Sit! Nash prices begin next lowest-priced cars . . . and you weigh in Nash econ id high resale value, you end much less for any kind tomobile! That road is waiting ... get on it now!