National Geographic : 1936 Apr
Safer... and More Beautiful? This curly-headed young lady, the solid steel safety a tregt an sparling modern by e plainly - ,, part of the picture in the smart and thrifty new Chevrolet with "Turret Top may be merely a new and more exciting on-pie sod tee "Turre Tp" ysher. Ify buy in the lowest-priced field, see and ride in "the only corn place from which to view the world. But to her plet el-psedcar" parents, it's the crowning glory of a car chosen for style, for safety, for sturdiness, for comfort. They like the clean and flowing grace of these arched and sphere like contours. They appreciate the added security in "Turret Top's" shock-proof, weave-proof strength. As a safety measure, one-piece seamless steel is the ideal protection to put over the heads of passengers. And the solid steel "Turret Top" Body by Fisher is always accompanied by that notable aid to health and riding comfort, No Draft Ventilation. People like these want the safest, strongest, smartest, most comfortable body they can get-so their choice is naturally a General Motors car with Body by Fisher.