This is a full color ad for a 1934 Buick hardtop coupe. The ad was removed from a National Geographic magazine dated July 1934. It is a full page ad measuring just a hair under 7 by 10 inches. There are two staple marks about 1/8th of an inch in from the right side. Those would be covered if framed.
The ad tells about how conversations become 'lively" when Buicks are mentioned. It also states the women express their great liking "for the conveniences of this car for they no longer have to fuss with a choke, throttle, and spark to start the engine. All they have to do is press down on the accelerator pedal". It goes on to talk about the "powerful performance of Buick's Valve-in-Head straight eight engine".
And if you really want to be amazed, along the bottom are the prices for these cars. Depending on the "series" purchased, the pricing was $795 to $2175.
This would be a great item for a classic car collector, a Buick fan, or a General Motors repair shop.
Other than the two staple marks, there are no tears or writing on the ad. There is a slight discoloration around the edges due to age.
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