~ Ford Motor Company, 1950 via Duke University Libraries"She’s married - She’s happy - She drives a Mercury"

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~ Ford Motor Company, 1950
via Duke University Libraries

"She’s married - She’s happy - She drives a Mercury"

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~ Perfect Circle Piston Rings, 1950

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~ Perfect Circle Piston Rings, 1950
~ Ford Mustang, 1966"Step out of this one in the parking lot and the whole supermarket recognizes you as a girl who’s as smart as she is pretty."

~ Ford Mustang, 1966

"Step out of this one in the parking lot and the whole supermarket recognizes you as a girl who’s as smart as she is pretty."

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~ Good Housekeeping, 1917via HathiTrust Digital Library"Unmindful of pedals or levers, attention undiverted, at a mile an hour on high gear you smoothly weave your way - in your Haynes!”

~ Good Housekeeping, 1917
via HathiTrust Digital Library

"Unmindful of pedals or levers, attention undiverted, at a mile an hour on high gear you smoothly weave your way - in your Haynes!

~ Aetna Insurance, 1930via Vintage Ads LiveJournal(click to enlarge)"Some day traffic officers will have nothing more to mind than their own knitting!"

~ Aetna Insurance, 1930
via Vintage Ads LiveJournal
(click to enlarge)

"Some day traffic officers will have nothing more to mind than their own knitting!"

~ The County Gentleman and Land & Water, July 1915via Internet Archive"In these days of nervous strain the soothing influence of motoring in a Daimler with the silent Sleeve Valve Engine, is appreciated at its proper worth. … Arrangements for delivery after the War can now be made."

~ The County Gentleman and Land & Water, July 1915
via Internet Archive

"In these days of nervous strain the soothing influence of motoring in a Daimler with the silent Sleeve Valve Engine, is appreciated at its proper worth. … Arrangements for delivery after the War can now be made."

~ Graham Electrical Autohorn, February 1921via Grace’s Guide"The Motor Horn Which Warns But Does Not Worry"

~ Graham Electrical Autohorn, February 1921
via Grace’s Guide

"The Motor Horn Which Warns But Does Not Worry"

~ Willys-Overland, 1917via Vintage Ads LiveJournal(click to enlarge)"Probably no one thing makes such a difference in one’s whole outlook upon life as the change from lack of an automobile to ownership of an automobile.

That efficiency which the times demand cannot spring from the home where dullness is bred of inactivity. Nothing energizes life like the automobile - get an Overland.”

~ Willys-Overland, 1917
via Vintage Ads LiveJournal
(click to enlarge)

"Probably no one thing makes such a difference in one’s whole outlook upon life as the change from lack of an automobile to ownership of an automobile.

That efficiency which the times demand cannot spring from the home where dullness is bred of inactivity. Nothing energizes life like the automobile - get an Overland.”

~ The County Gentleman and Land & Water, July 1915"The Courses embrace just what LADIES NEED TO LEARN."

~ The County Gentleman and Land & Water, July 1915

"The Courses embrace just what LADIES NEED TO LEARN."

~ Overland ad, 1915via Vintage Ads LJ(click to enlarge)"Motoring is one of the real joys of living. Also, it’s a necessity to those who value time, and wish to annihilate distance."

~ Overland ad, 1915
via Vintage Ads LJ
(click to enlarge)

"Motoring is one of the real joys of living. Also, it’s a necessity to those who value time, and wish to annihilate distance."

~ Good Housekeeping, 1917"The Luxurious Motor Car Upholstery"

~ Good Housekeeping, 1917

"The Luxurious Motor Car Upholstery"

~ Sankey’s Pressed Steel Wheels, April 1914via Grace’s Guide"Another example of the unbreakable quality of Sankey Pressed Steel Wheels"

~ Sankey’s Pressed Steel Wheels, April 1914
via Grace’s Guide

"Another example of the unbreakable quality of Sankey Pressed Steel Wheels"

~ Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal, June 1909(click to enlarge)"When you overtake a car and there is a cloud of dust ahead of you—raise the shield. When you have passed the car and want fresh and bracing air—lower the shield […] without slackening the speed of your car”
~ Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal, June 1909
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"When you overtake a car and there is a cloud of dust ahead of you—raise the shield. When you have passed the car and want fresh and bracing air—lower the shield […] without slackening the speed of your car”
~ Road Rights of Motorists: Containing the Rules of the Road and the Automobile Laws of all States; Twyman O. Abbott, 1910
via Northwestern University Library

~ Road Rights of Motorists: Containing the Rules of the Road and the Automobile Laws of all States; Twyman O. Abbott, 1910
via Northwestern University Library

~ The Wheel, A Monthly Magazine for the Motorist, March 1932via Hagley Digital Library

~ The Wheel, A Monthly Magazine for the Motorist, March 1932
via Hagley Digital Library