National Geographic : 1920 May
IT IS not solely for quiet dignity or for graceful contour that LAFAYETTE finds distinction in the eyes of its ad mirers. Technically practiced minds, while not neglectful of these virtues, give even greater weight to its splendid engi neering. Impressively, this same concept likewise is widely shared by those who commonly find but scant interest in mechanical detail. Some contend this to be the natural reaction of a public well informed on the previous works of the car's creators. Others hold that the car itself conveys expert engineering so unmistakably as to impress even those who are not technically inclined. The fact is, that in this, as in every component of LAFAYETTE, its creators have essayed the literal expression of their ideal motor car. LAFAYETTE MOTORS COMPANY at Kars H'll INDIANAPOLIS LAFAYETTE "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"