National Geographic : 1940 Feb
FOR THE WORLD'S FINEST IN England is built a motor car which is recognized around the world as an illustrious example of crafts manship, a car priced high in five figures for its least expensive model. Once each year the builders of that car buy an American automobile, not to be driven, but to be torn down to pro vide part-by-part precision standards to be matched by the methods of British workmen. This automobile is a Buick much like the one you see pic tured here. It is not a special-order car, but a standard pro duction model such as any Buick dealer can deliver to you. In other words, when you drive a Buick LIMITED you drive a car fine enough to serve as pattern for perhaps the world's most costly automobile. It would seem, then, that LIMITED owners are putting things mildly when they say no other car rivals this noblest of all the Buicks for within $500 to $1,000 of its price. EXEMPLAROF GENERAL MOTORSVALUE "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."