The Eldorado by Cadillac It looks to be exactly what it is — the world’s most elegant personal car. And, with its 8.2 litre engine, it acts the part.
On October 2, 1979, Chevrolet will introduce a new kind of American car. It will be international in design and heritage, incorporating engineering concepts proved around the world.
From its hefty loop-around bumper to its distinctive inward-cupped rear window, this new Impala has the look and feel of opulence.
We’ve brought you more Impala than ever before. A totally new one for 1971. And we’ve given it a ride that eclipses even last year’s for comfort.
1974 Apollo. By Buick. We wanted to give people a small car to move up to.
Travel in a delightful new world of motoring comfort! The distinctively smart new 1941 Studebaker Land Cruiser
One look tells you Continental styling is new, totally new from the dynamic front grille to the graceful contours of the rear design. And yet you know that this new styling is a contemporary expression of the continuing Continental look.
Oldsmobility… the pleasurable way of going places in the Rocket Age! There’s a marvelous surprise awaiting you in a new ’58 Oldsmobile. Your local quality
If you think the Grand Prix is just a big, beautiful, elegant car, you obviously haven’t driven it. Ignore the Grand Prix’s urbane good looks
If the down-sized Grand Prix Monte Carlo and Cutlass seem less than you expected, Chrysler presents more than you expected The new Cordoba. The ultimate personal car…
Sheriff nabs notorious tank robber “Shucks, sheriff,” the deputy cried. “We lose more bandits this-away. Either your big old car runs out of gas, or
The broad appeal of El Camino El Camino is doing lots of things for lots of people — beautifully. It’s proving to have wide appeal. That’s
The surprising Maverick: A new kind of luxury in compact cars. It’s our Luxury Decor Option. Here’s what you get with it: Vinyl roof. Vinyl
The top talent of three nations has designed America’s superlative sports car In all the world, you’ll find no other sports car like the Nash-Healey. For
If you think Wide-Tracking is just a slogan, you’ve never been behind the wheel of The Great One. Slogans don’t straighten curves. Or conquer hills
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