National Geographic : 1940 Feb
Weather Eye HERE'SA NEW THRILL in the throttle. ck-upof 15to 50 MPH in 3 seconds, igh gear... and a new Fourth Speed orward for gliding speed-with an nbeatable automatic Overtake. l A SHRIEKING GALEhas the sun and swept the I air com- of skaters. ng comn it, drive You're standing there, chill, lights. bone, dreading the journe Suddenly-a flash of light, and ing faces ... a whisper of ti the snow. Someone's brou new Nash! You slip into the broad, welcon front seat-someone twirls a m terious little dial, and instan it's June! With all the windows closed, there': a draftless flood of fresh, invigor atingair-exactlyheatedas "tuned in". Out goes stuffy air, cigarette smoke, the moistureofyourbreath. The windshield stays clear. The mercury tumbles . . . the wind howls louder-but stop or go, fast or slow - your comfort is auto matically kept the same.That little thermostatic sentinel just inside the windshield never lets a chilly breath slip by. Yes-it's Weather Eye magic that even out-guesses "old man Winter"! But that's no harder to believe than a Slaugh- new Fourth Speed Forward with ires on an automatic Overtake that ght a shoots you way ahead of those traffic stragglers. ling Or Nash's silent Arrow-Flight ride iys- that lets you relax in comfort over tly the worst Winter roads. Or that new feather-touch wheel that wields a magic influence over S curves and rough spots. Fact is, you'll have to revise all your ideas of what a car can be-and do. (And that's going to be the thrill of a motoring lifetime!) It's priced so low, with resale value sohigh...thatitwillpayto trade away your troubles to your Nash dealer today-and start hav ing year 'round fun!