National Geographic : 1941 Apr
Sis built into the Buick LIMITED not as a matter of ostentatious display, but for reasons of comfort and that feeling of well-being which comes from the use of something more than is ordinarily adequate. In this car, the pleasure in such things is increased by prices so much lower than you would expect that ownership of a really big and able automobile is not an extravagance but simply a sound investment. Especially is this true of operating costs, since the LIMITED'S gasoline economy often exceeds that of smaller and less able automobiles. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."