National Geographic : 1920 Apr
3274 passengersin cars of 31 different makes drove uP before this Opera House entrance one evening last month. Many of them are traveling in second-classcomfort, not realizing that they pay first-classprices for it. Does it Really Cost any more to Travel First Class Y OU will often hear Packard Transportation care of the difference in people say, with never costs a passenger initial investment. an air of resigna- more than second-class tion, how much they transportation-and TOR twenty years the would rather ride in a often less. r Packard Company Packard, if they could The gasoline mileage has been studying motor only afford it. of the Packard is from 10 cars from the standpoint Putting the Packard to 14, according to road of Transportation, Ex owner in a class apart, conditions. The oilmile- perts. Time after time with special comforts age, 1,000 to the gallon. it has proved that trying and privileges-assuming Tires, properly cared for, to save on the initial that he pays more for his 10,000 to 16,000 miles. investment costs a man motoring than they do. The Packard exclusive more in the long run A GREAT many people heat-treating process than buying a Packard. A would be less re- adds greatly to the Transportation facts signed to their own in- strength of the steel, re- are not a matter of com conveniences of travel, ducing repairs and depre- promise, but absolute- Q if they knew how little ciation. as the Packard Transpor the Packard owner pays The longer life and tation Experts can show for the comfort they greater used value of the any manwhoreallywants speak of. Packard more than takes the facts. "Ask the Man Who Owns One " PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Detroit ^ ^j ^ \~ "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"