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1957 Chevy Ad

The iconic Chevy: "Sweet, Smooth and Sassy!" No it wasn't - it was a big box on four wheels and as aerodynamic as a boxcar. The 1957 Chevy is THE most overblown over hyped piece of crap in Automotive Car Design history.

1957 Chevrolet. "Sweet, Smooth and Sassy!" by jericl cat, via Flickr. #FrontStriker. To order your Business' Own Branded #MatchBooks. Go to: www.GetMatches.com or call 800.605.7331 Today!

"Sweet, smooth and sassy!" — sounds like a cigarette ad. This matchbook came from the Lena Auto Company in Lena, Illinois.

1950's Car Ad - The Edsel was a commercial flop. According to Dad, that was a shame, they were good. Henry Ford named it after his son, whom he never really got on well with. How ironic.

Car Ad - The Edsel was a commercial flop. According to Dad, that was a shame, they were good. Henry Ford named it after his son, whom he never really got on well with. How ironic.

1956 Chevrolet - Let's look at the 150, 210 and Bel Air

Once again for the family cars were split into 3 series. The One-Fifty, Two-Ten and the top of the line Bel Air

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Your online source for large format classic and muscle car advertisements. Automotive history preserved in the colorful ads of a bygone era.

1962 Chevrolet - A New World Of Worth - Promotional Advertising Poster

1962 Chevrolet - A New World Of Worth - Promotional Advertising Poster

Advertising Poster, Chevrolet

1950 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe Sedan vintage ad. First low-priced car available with Powerglide Transmission and Valve in Head 105 h.p. engine.

First low-priced car available with Powerglide Transmission and Valve in Head 105 h.

Original 1953 Ethyl Gasoline Ad

Original 1953 Ethyl Gasoline Ad

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Ford magazine ads from , Newest car under the sun! Ablest car on the America road!

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