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1958 De Soto:
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Posted at 07:00 AM in Advertising from the 1950s, Vintage Ads, Vintage Automotive Advertising | Permalink
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I like the 1957 Chrysler than the other vintage cars above. It reminds me of my age. Lol.
03 August 2012 at 04:43 AM
The 1959 Chevrolet reminds me of Ian Fleming’s Dr. No. It was the first vehicle that was featured in the film when James Bond arrived at Jamaica. Sean Connery was still Agent 007 and I remember being completely smitten by him.
Classic Car Parts |
10 August 2012 at 03:35 AM
Wow, would you look at all these awesome rides? The Plymouth will forever be the "Ladies Man" car. Ha! Its look is just timeless, and what's amazing is that people are paying staggering amounts of money just to have a vintage Plymouth. Well, talk about classic automotive craftsmanship. :D
Ellsworth Mciltrot |
29 August 2012 at 09:02 AM
Those car ads are amazing! It seems that, even back then, people were very much into cars. I like how they used bright colors to catch the attention of the people. There is an urge to take a closer look at an ad with bright colors. Also, that 1958 De Soto looks gorgeous!
Timmy Radloff |
19 September 2012 at 11:15 AM
Oh, those were the days… ;) I do miss my father’s old car. It’s also a 1959 Chevy just like on the last photo. We had it when I was fifteen. Haha! These cool cars from the 50’s really have character. They are very impressive not just with their styles, but also with how they performance. You’re a lucky person if you are able to spot one of these cars on the road these days.
Stelle Courney |
01 October 2012 at 03:02 PM
Man, I haven’t seen posters of old school vehicles compiled in a post like this. Hmm, I think I saw that Lincoln ’55 before. Yes, in a car show, as I recall. It also has a resemblance with NBA superstar Carmelo Anthony’s own Lincoln ’64. Here’s how it looks like: http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lss5y6TB2e1qza2mm.jpg
Brittanie Holderness |
15 October 2012 at 10:22 AM
The 50s is really an important part in automobile history. This is a time when America became daring and enthusiastic about the future. If we’ll look at those cars closely, they portray those characteristics. They are bigger and prettier than the cars manufactured earlier.
Ivo Beutler |
25 October 2012 at 03:36 PM
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