National Geographic : 1920 Mar
The Traffic Jam in Any City will show Twenty-five Makes of Cars-no two alike. New Models today, perhaps-but what of Tomorrow ? Who Dictates the Changes in Motor Car Design EVERY now and then it IT is gratifying to know that occurs to some one to 1 this belief is shared by more Sask, "What happens to than five thousand Packard all the old Packards? Not owners, who have owned those of eight or ten years Packards continuously for ago, now running as taxicabs, sixteen years. but the in-between models- Once create a motor car '15 and '16 and along there ?" design that is fundamental and A perfectly natural ques- it will satisfy people of good tion, considering how accus- taste as long as the car lasts. tomed people are to perpetual change in motor car design. rTHE Packard car is de I signed to last as long as EITHER there is something fine workmanship sound E sound and fundamental in engineering and the highest motor car design - or there grade of materials can make it. is not. And that is why Packards The Packard Company be- are always "new models." lieves that design is funda- And why the Packard own mental when it is governed by er's investment never suffers established standards of good from sudden changes of "fash taste and engineering, and not ion," dictated by some one by passing fancies, over whom he has no control. "Ask the Man Who Owns One" PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Detroit "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"