Rare 1920s Car Ads for Lovers of Vintage Car Ads

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These vintage car ads are fun to read. Some names are still familiar like the Studebaker and others not so much.  The Jones-Six anyone? Imagine getting a car today for the prices found in these 1920s car ads!

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“One car alone is not sufficient for Our larger families. It always seems that Dad and Mother want to use it at the Same time that Bobbie Laura want go drive out to a dance or bridge party. A practical way out of this difficulty is to make your second car a used one. NOW, during this great Co-operative Sale Of Used Cars, is the best time to buy. Every day from May 22 to June 5 dealers are offering special values in all makes and models. “

“This year the sale of cars powered by the famous Knight sleeve-vale engine will more than double the sales for any previous year; and this remarkable growth is due to the fact that more people are learning about the Knight sleeve-valve principle and the amazing performance of this type of motor. Knight engine performance means a quick smooth flow of power that surpasses ordinary six-cylinder performance just as the average six surpass the four. The Falcon-Knight six-cylinder sleeve-valve engine with seven bearing crankshaft, places America’s finest type of motor in the lower price range. The Falcon-Knight chassis throughout is designed and constructed in keeping with the excellence of the motor.” (05 Jun 1927, Page 78 – The Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

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“The Studebaker Standard Six Sedan can now be yours at a price that represents a reduction of $100 on one of the finest closed cars every built by Studebaker, the lowest price at which a Studebaker Sedan has ever been sold. Every high standard of Studebaker manufacture has been rigidly maintained for you at the new, low price. A price made possible by a 23% increase in sales in 1925 and by savings effected through Studebaker’s one-profit plan of manufacture. ” (The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 24 January 1926″
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