National Geographic : 1920 Oct
-- - - --- --- -- - .--------------------------------- How Many Buyers Can Judge Value? EARLY every man has his strives to look better than it is. visions of finding the ideal The dominant place of the motor car. He anticipates Packard is not a thing of chance. the true mastery of the roads at last, For twenty-one years the Packard and the prestige of being right at has been delivering intrinsicvalue every point of his motoring, the soundest value a motor car has For the man who wants the ever given. Packard qualities in his motoring, During the War, inspecting offi only the Packard Car will do. cers spoke of the Packard plant as While if his taste and sense of a manufacturing marvel. The only values are not up to the Packard, automobile plant in the world to some other car will do. produce high-grade cars on a quan The Packard Twin-Six really is tity basis. as true and fine as anyone ever as- Why this tremendous plant in sumed any car to be. vestment? Simply to produce a It occupies, alone and sufficient, car of Packard grade at a price the place it has made for itself. It within reason. If built by piece stands aloof equally from the car meal methods the Packard would that obviously can be no better than be the highest priced car in the it looks, and from the car that world. PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY , DETROIT Mor reser poer atall car epeos than any othrastock car engine but "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"