National Geographic : 1920 Dec
In the main, those who have acquired title to LAFAYETTE have enjoyed long association with other cars of high repute. They have always assumed high standards of reliability and service. They have expected smooth running mechanisms, powerful engines and senior workmanship. It must be rare excellence, indeed,that should evoke from such an audience more than the common meedof praise. Yet LAFAYETTE has done this thing. In no uncertain terms these men have paid tribute to the car. In their comparisons they have men tioned only cars of very highest rank. We should therefore be overmodest not to admit much pleasure that our work has been so approved Such approval gives us confidence that the day will come when you also will want to own a LAFAYETTE. LAFAYETTE MOTORS COMPANY at J(ars Hill INDIANAPOLIS LAFAYETTE "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"