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  1. Pontiac ad from 1951

    Pontiac ad from 1951 View the full article
  2. Pontiac ad from 1951

    Pontiac ad from 1951 View the full article
  3. 1928 Plymouth ad

    1928 Plymouth ad View the full article
  4. 1990 Ad for the LEGO Model Team Highway Rig (set 5580), first released in 1986. View the full article
  5. Examples of LEGO Cars from a 1967 Idea Book: A few excerpts of vehicles from the 1967 LEGO Idea book, back when the number of parts was less diverse than it is today. But look at all the neat things you could make. That bus still looks amazing! The earliest version of the LEGO brick first appeared in 1949 and was marketed as the Automatic Binding Brick. By the mid-1950s, LEGO was marketing their product as the LEGO System of Play. Sets consisted of small buildings and specially produced HO 1:87 scale vehicles. These little cars might not look like LEGO, but you can identify them by the LEGO logo which is embossed underneath each one. LEGO’s initial purpose for making HO scale cars was to make the toys attractive to model railroaders. In fact, in the 1950s the toys were marketed to both kids and adults. These 1:87 vehicles were produced in the 1950s and 1960s and consisted of a mix of European and British cars, including those from Volkswagen, Mercedes, Jaguar, Citroen, Morris, etc. Young builders who wanted to incorporate wheels into their models would have to wait until 1962. The first set to incorporate them was no. 315, an antique car. Since then, LEGO cars have been a popular subject to build and they have become the world’s largest toy company…and tire manufacturer! View the full article
  6. “Where fore art though, Roamio?” 1933 Ad for Crosley Roamio Car Radio. Crossley would also go on to make automobiles. View the full article
  7. Datsun Cartoon: As it appeared in the July/August 1977 issue of Datsun Dealer News, a magazine distributed to Datsun dealers. View the full article
  8. 1925 Hudson Super Six Coach

    1925 Hudson Super Six Coach View the full article
  9. A tour of General Motors’ Wilmington, Delaware Assembly Plant View the full article
  10. Images from the History of the Soviet-Built GAZ Motor Vehicles: These images come from a Russian book documenting the history of GAZ and was published in 1981. The company originally started out as a partnership between the Ford Motor Company and the Soviet Union, with its first vehicles being the equivalent of the Model A car and Model AA truck. View the full article
  11. 1923 Cole Aero Eight

    1923 Cole Aero Eight View the full article
  12. 1911 Motorette: A three-wheeled car from Hartford, Connecticut. View the full article
  13. 1936 International Harvester: From a catalog for the C-35 and C-40 series trucks. View the full article
  14. 1929 Graham-Paige Model 615, 6 Cylinder 2-passenger Cabriolet View the full article
  15. 1902-1904 Budweiser Trucks by Columbia Electric: -excerpt from a Columbia Electric catalog of commercial vehicles. View the full article