Monday, November 16, 2009
4 Wheels with Style
Luxury comes alive in the Pontiac ’62 Bonneville, famous for its own brand of fashion and fire! The long, luxurious lines of a real road car. Storm-born action from the 4-barrel Trophy V-8 and its 303 horses. Lavish touches like a walnut panel extending the length of the instrument panel. Upholstery materials of top-quality leather, Jeweltone Morrokide, fine woven fabrics. Everything about this top-drawer Pontiac is designed to make elegance electrifying.
The Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz for 1958 blends the automotive design of tomorrow with today’s finest engineering. Its custom design is distinguished by individual treatment of rear fender panel and fins... by single-winged ornaments on the front fender crowns... by a broad chromed molding accenting the rear wheel opening, and by dramatic chrome rear panels that curve gracefully into the rounded rear deck. Air suspension is, of course, an option at extra cost.
Ford brings to America an exciting new kind of automobile — the 1955 Thunderbird — a personal car of distinction. No matter what your tastes or what you expect in a car, you’ll find a new world of enchantment in the Thunderbird. Once you see Thunderbird’s low, lance-like lines, chances are you’ll never forget them.
Just push a button — and this weathertight, 6-passenger 1948 Oldsmobile Series "60" Convertible Coupe is instantly transformed into a smart open roadster. The snug-fitting top is power-operated from a convenient switch on the dash. This model available with genuine leather upholstery, or with colorful leather and cloth combination.