Are you in the market for a new car? The end of the year is a good time to find some great bargains on automobiles. Modern Graphic History Library is happy to provide some suggestions for your next car.
Do you want a sports car for driving on isolated roads? You can't go wrong with a Corvette.
Or do you need a practical family car? The Ford Country Sedan comes in six or nine passenger models and only needs servicing every six months.
Perhaps you want a family car that still looks like a sports car. The Pontiac S60 has sleek lines, 227 horsepower, but is spacious and comfortable, and affordable too.
Perhaps you want a vehicle that is environmentally friendly. The Waverly Electric is silent, seats five passengers, and includes an odometer, speedometer, and umbrella holder.
Do you plan on taking lots of family vacations? The Chevrolet is economical in gasoline, oil, and maintenance -- perfect for those cross-country road trips.
If making an impression socially is important, consider the Ninety-Eight Oldsmobile. It's the ultimate in style and power and others will stop to stare at your vehicle.
Meanwhile the "mighty Chrysler" makes such a glamourous impression that after one date with it, you'll forget other cars, since it goes to your head like champagne.
If safety in all weather conditions is important to you, consider a Ford V-8. It has a low center of gravity, safety glass, and oversize brakes.
There are even convertibles that are dependable for snowy winter roads. Consider this Buick, since you never know when you'll want to drive with your hair blowing in the wind.
It turns out there are many different models to consider, but don't dally, or you'll miss out on the deals. Best of luck with your new car shopping.
The "mighty Chrysler" ad is from the Al Parker Collection.
The ads for Waverly Electric, the Pontiac sports car, the Chevrolet sedan, and the New England Ford ad are from the Periodicals Collection.
All other ads are from the Walt Reed Illustration Archive.