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15 Vintage Cars You’ll Wish You Could Drive Today

Print advertisements for cars back in the day used to look a lot different!

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“Rocket” Oldsmobile

This modern classic hit the market in the 1950s. Its print ad said that it offered hydraulic steering and a new Hydra-Matic Super Drive engine!

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Dodge Dart

This new car had room for six and a low price tag. The print ad published in 1960 showed that you could squeeze six adults in there.

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’67 Grand Prix

The brand new Grand Prix took the top off to make a luxurious convertible.

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’63 Mercury Comet

This model was one of Ford’s first convertibles. It offered adjustable brakes and an optional stick shift.

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’68 Cutlass S

This new car was being advertised to make you look young.

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’66 Dodge Polara

This car gave you more “go, show, and spice” for the same price as smaller models.

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Buick Skylark

This Buick hit the market in 1964 and offered a “posh and peaceful” interior.

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Mercury Cyclone ’67

This new car was advertised as “the Man’s Car.”

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Monte Carlo Landau

Chevrolet built this elegantly sculpted automobile in 1970 with the intention of turning heads.

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1963 Dodge

This car was almost 18 feet long! Check out more of the wackiest cars that have ever been built.

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Swept-Wing, 1958

The Swept-Wing by Dodge offered a more “cooped-up” look.

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Dodge Coronet

When this shiny red convertible hit the market in 1966, it was advertised as being “slim and trim” and “neat and nifty.”

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Monterey S-55, 1962

That’s a lot of red.

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’60 De Soto

You didn’t have to be rich to buy this car, but the advertisement sure made it seem nice.

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Command Performance

This shiny gold car by Cadillac came out in 1968.

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Originally Published in Reminisce