This is Our 26th Anniversary
And for the first time in 26 years our showroom is empty. The familiar array of shining Buicks you used to admire year after year are missing this year —because Buick has gone to War.
Yet there is no padlock on our door, nor is there one on the pleasant efficient service we have rendered over the years to our loyal customers— that service must go on.
We deem it our permanent obligation to the War Effort to keep your good Buick in approved war time condition. We can do this by having our experienced mechanics keep it in constant repair so that you can continue to drive from now to Victory.
But when VICTORY comes—as it surely will, and better cars are built, Buick will build them, and, please God, we’ll be here to sell them to you.
NORWOOD BUICK CO.
“This is our 26th Anniversary Year”
Our Service Entrance is at 9 VERNON STREET
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