National Geographic : 1921 Feb
Y OU HAVE always known there would be such a car. You have felt it would be beautiful with the beauty of true proportion and deliberate grace. You have known it would be strong with the strength of unflawed metal and authen tic skill. Silence would be the elo quent advocate of its merit . , Thinking these things, and how other cars wonderfully fine have only narrowly failed of this image, surely we were bold indeed who should seek in such an enter prise to be successful. Surely we had need religiously to compact in this all that the past has proved and, not incautiously, that the future promised. For ours was to be a car which constantly should do quietly and with ease what many another might not do at all. Such a car as might with safety and with honor uphold upon its finished excellence our future and our hopes A 0"' We offer it to you now. And if in so offering it there is evi dent some slender trace of pride, it is such pride as rightfully may be found in the knowledge of how earnestly we have tried to make it fine 1 0tItis beautiful and quiet and strong. It will serve you brilliantly and well w ' LAFAYETTE MIOTRt'S CC'MPANY at J'arsHil INDIAAPOLIS LAFAYETTE "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"