1957 Buick Century Hardtop
Playing on the phrase "newness for the sake of newness" could easily have backfired.
1959 Cadillac Sedan
Cadillac - the Car driven by the Jet Setters!
1968 Ford Galaxie 500
From this low angle, she looks very aerodynamic--for her time.
1956 Cadillac Eldorado Seville
I have to say,
her dress really DOES bring out the color of the wheels.
1955 Buick Super
What's not to love? It's a
55 Buick in Black & Red!
1957 Pontiac Star Chief
He looks angry
and She looks confused. It must be the dress!
1957 Plymouth Suburban
This one looks
almost like a Norman Rockwell painting.
I love the exaggerated length
and shortened height the illustrator has employed in this drawing.
Love those taillights! (and
the outfit ain't too shabby either)
1960 Cadillac Eldorado Seville
Gemologists complete discretion is assured. Your wife will never know" (by "G-Bo")
Nice Car! But what IS that brown
hairy thing under the table? LOL
Futuramic, huh? I wonder
why they stopped using that slogan? Too late to go back now!!
1963 Chrysler Turbine Car
I've always loved
this car, but until I saw this I wasn't aware Chrysler used it in their print ads.
1960 Dodge Dart
The Dart Changed Dramatically Throughout the Early 1960's
Talk about Over-Confidence. "Pride Goeth Before the Fall"
Did They Ever Look This Good in Real Life?
1957 Pontiac Star Chief
Wow! Looks Like It's About to Take Off For The Moon.
1959 Cadillac Series 62 and de Ville Sedans
Longer, Lower, and Wider than Reality. The Illustrators took more than a few "liberties"
1950 Hudson Custom Commodore Series Convertible Brougham
The Hudson illustrators really knew how to strech out their renderings.
1969 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser in Palomino Gold
This is a wacky ad, but I actually posted it because this was my family car growing up (same color and everything), and when I turned 16 I inherited it. Of course it was rather old by then, but I still drove it until I left home for college. A virtually identical car was featured in "That '70s Show" which aired on Fox from 1998 to 2006. Ah, memories...
1958 Ford Fairlane
Nowadays, that housewife wearing an apron is a real anachronism.
This one is filled with the super-elegant characters Cadillac liked to use in their ads of the period.
1950 Cadillac Fleetwood
More elegant characters going to classy places like the country club, in their Cadillac of course.
1958 Cadillac Fleetwood
Your chauffeur awaits...
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