Novel “Driver-Seat Shop” for Motorists’ Convenience (Jul, 1931)
Novel “Driver-Seat Shop” for Motorists’ Convenience
SOMETHING distinctly new in the way of ideas for merchandising automotive equipment is represented in the “Driver-seat Shop,” a steel and glass display cabinet that can be placed in all filling stations for the convenience of motorists who wish to make purchases without alighting from their cars.
The top of the cabinet is a glass display case carrying necessary equipment and accessories. Reserve stock is contained in lower part of the cabinet so that the display will not be disturbed when a sale is made. An illuminated sign on top calls attention of motorists to the handy shop.