This is a full color ad for a 1933 Cadillac V-8 Town Sedan. The ad was removed from a National Geographic magazine dated March 1933, so the car pictured should be the 1933 model. It is a full page ad measuring 6.75 by 10 inches. There are two staple marks right against the left side. Those would be covered if framed.
The ad tells about such things as how Cadillac was the first to use the self starter, and about the individually controlled "no draft ventilation", their 8, 12, and 16 cylinder engines and their "marvelous comfort and performance".
And if you really want to be amazed, it states the L Salle has a list price starting at $2245, and the Cadillac at $2695.
There are no tears or writing on the ad. It is ready to be framed and would be a great addition for a vintage Cadillac owner or classic car collector.
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