AUTO SALES PECIA SPECIAL EDITION LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 SPECIAL EDITI5: SALES New Buick Fifty 'Super' Coupe ____ . J JL JL Many New 1940 Buicks Sold In Ludington Before Cars Reach Market Proves Confidence of Countless Buick Customers. ITS BUICK AT ITS UNBEATABLE BEST! Fulfilling Buick's pledge of progress^ the 1940 models bristle with commanding advancements that make them livelier, safer, more comfortable, thriftier, easier to handle, more durable, distinctly superior on every point of performance. And again it's Buick that sets the pace ON A 121-INCH WHEELBASE chassis, powered by a 107 h. p. valve-in-head-straia'nt eight engine, this deluxe Coupe In the new Series 50 Super line is one of Buick's offerings for 1940. The car is completely equipped and Is featured by a full width rear seat within the coupe body. It represents the latest word in style, design and mechanical advancement. VISIT & : ^'~' \ * Tran,por<«non l><>f°Z, The model illustrated is the Buick SUPER model51 faur-Jaor touring si\.'an $1109 delivered at Flint. Mich. * Y OU see pictured here the magnificent automobile that value- wise is next year's No. 1 car. That's absolute net. We who dreamed it, built it, tested it, tell you cold-turkey it is Buick at its unbeatable, best. General Motors proving ground, a ripple of wonder ran like quicksilver through the men who watched its going. You'll feel it —you'll marvel, too — when you feel this incredibly active, staunch, exciting mech- Every one of its 12,000 parts is a better part than we've been able to make before. Every one of its 44 different types of steel is the finest for its job that money can buy — five of its special alloys were not even in existence 10 years ago. When this uncatchable smoothie went foxfooting through its paces on the anism come alive under your hands — this car that brings to flower the best that Buick knows. From the velvet velocity ^of its straight-eight Dynaflash engine to the superb way it handles and answers controls, it's as full of new-day features as an egg is full of meat. * "MICROPOISED" DYNAFIASH VALVE-IN-HEAD STRAIGHT-EIGHT ENGINE * OIL-SAVING PISTON RINGS IN ANOUTE PISTONS * "CATWALK-COOLING" PLUS ULTRA-RAPID CIRCULATION UNDER PRESSURE * BUICOIL SPRINGING FOR THE "FULL FLOAT" RIDE * FULL-LENGTH 'TORQUE-TUBE DRIVE * TIPTOE HYDRAULIC BRAKES * AUTOMATIC CHOKE * SELF-BANKING KNEE-ACTION, RECOIL WHEEL MOUNTING * FORE-N-AFT FLASH-WAY DIRECTION SIGNAL * STRONGER NEW "DOUBLE WALL" TURRET TOP BODY BY FISHER—WITH SAFETY PLATE GLASS ALL AROUND * EASY ACTION HANDISHIFT TRANSMISSION * SAFETY-UNIT SEALED BEAM HEADLIGHTS Go see this beauty, drive this dream-come-true! All fire and sparkling spirit, it's a glory of gallantry-and-obedience on wheels. It's yours for very little more per pound than you pay for a good cookstove. It's a honey, it's a bearcat, it's a lamb! The Ludington A*uto- Sales 116-120 WEST LOOMIS STREET PHONE 600 TOMORROW Buick Headmaster Performance Leader WITH SIX NEW LINES of motor cars for 1940, Buick covers more completely the market above the low price field. Illustrated above is the new Series 70 Headmaster, an addition to the line for next year and held to be the outstanding performance automobile in the industry. The car has a 141. h. p. motor and Is built on a 126-inch wheelbase chassis. Completely new streamline styling features the 1940 cars. YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF BEFORE YOU BUY ANY CAR! Buick Ranks Fourth in Total Cars Sold Throughout the Nation and Now Sells for Just a Few Dollars More Than Any Car in the Low Price Field. Smart Lines Feature Buick for 1940 fjf&MyjyT'^' s ' f v ft 1 COMPLETELY NEW DESIGN, embodying style and utility features not heretofore accomplished In th« Industry, features new models announced today by the Buick Division of General Motors. Shown above !• the Series 50 Super four door sedan, one of two ultra-modern lines added by Buick for 1940. WE HAVE A NEW 1940 BUICK CUT-A-WAY CHASSIS ON DISPLAY AT OUR SHOWROOMS-SEE IT!
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