Wanted: A Byway Car
Your recent, excellent review of automobile styles for 1935 (TIME, Jan. 14) prompts the following letter. As interested seekers for an automobile in which the primary emphasis is placed upon sturdiness and durability we have become increasingly concerned with the general trend in automobile manufacture toward the production of cars built for speed, beauty, comfort, luxurious appointments and gadgets which fit them primarily for paved highways.
In the good, old days anyone interested in such a non-frilled service car could turn to the Chevrolet or Ford. Now there is...