National Geographic : 1929 Jul
JPK Over uncharted seas New England clipper ships sought and found a rich commerce-estab lishing permanent trade routes AC The log of Packard achievement re cords the sailing of many uncharted waters-the marking of many new channels of progress for the guidance of an industry. Packard has most often found the way now generally followed. For thirty years a policy of creative research has contributed to Packard supremacy. The automatic spark ad vance, spiral bevel gears, four wheel brakes, instant chassis lubrication and now a unique and exclusive shock absorbing system-these are but a few ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE (ARD) of today's proven motor car features originated or sponsored by Packard. Packard's reputation for advanced engineering and design is firmly established-in the air and on the water as on the highway. Packard's intent is ever to excel-to build for a discriminating and growing clien tele a motor car of acknowledged quality leadership, both mechanically and artistically. Those at the helm of Packard management will hold to no other course.