National Geographic : 1940 May
in this safe, money-saving STUDEBAKER COMMANDER THIS is the year of all years to see America. Go where you please-and when you please-in this roomy, restful-riding, distinctive Studebaker Com mander with its weather-tight rear deck that easily accommodates all the luggage a family needs. You make your own time tables when you tour in this Commander. And its planar independent sus pension and finest hydraulic shock absorbers make level highways out of even the roughest roads. Your steady savings on gas tell you why a Com mander defeated all other cars in this year's Gilmore Yosemite Sweepstakes with an average of 24.72 miles per gallon. That was with an expert driver and low extra-cost overdrive, of course. And you find that you keep singularly free from heavy repair expenses, thanks to the long-lasting quality of your Commander's craftsmanship. See your local Studebaker dealer now and go for a thrilling, convincing 10-mile Commander trial drive. It costs only a little more a month to buy than a Studebaker Champion-on which prices begin at $660, delivered at factory-easy C.I .T. terms. Illustrated: Studebaker Commander Cruising Sedan at Navajo Tower, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona -priced $965- delivered at factory.