This is a cover from Time Magazine dated July 20, 1987.
The headline reads, "I was authorized to do everything that I did!" – a quote by Oliver North during the Iran Contra Hearings. The cover shows a defiant North pointing his finger as he makes his claim!
This item is a set of two posters for the First Annual Intramural Drag Racing by the University of Texas at Arlington. The races were held at Dallas international Motor Speedway on Sunday, April 23, 1972.
Both posters are on card stock and in good condition. Both have some wear to the edges and corners. The larger poster has darkened slig... Click for details
This is a 1974 Cadillac Automobile Brochure. This is a brochure that one would pick up at the Cadillac dealer showing all the models available and optional features that could be ordered. This brochure came from Frank Kent Cadillac, Inc. of Fort Worth, Texas. The company name and address is printed on the back cover.
This is a nice vintage advertisement dated May, 1929, for Chrysler Motors Company. It features the Chrysler "75" Royal Sedan for $1,535. Not the wire wheels are extra. "A Wealth of Strength Beneath Its Classic Beauty."
The reverse side features advertising for The Battle Creek Health Builder. "Keeps You Fit!" The ad show a picture of Doro... Click for details
This is a nice vintage advertisement from May, 1929, for the New Nash "400" Automobile – Leads the World in Motor Car Value. The ad states, "Nash-Bijur centralized lubrication does away with all the bother and expense of old-fashioned chassis greasing. Press the pedal once a day, lubrication follows."
This is a nice vintage advertisement from May, 1929, for the Packard Automobile. "Ask the man who owns one." The ad uses James Monroe and his famous doctrine as the basis for polices of the Packard Company.
The reverse side features advertising for Mi Choice – Bunte World Famous Candies. The ad reminds the readers to remember Mother’s Day... Click for details
This is a nice vintage advertisement dated May, 1929, for the Whippet Automobile. "Phenomenal Success – Record Sales!" Hard to imagine buying a full-sized car for $550 to $695. Not the "Finger-Tip Control." The Ad says, "One button, in center of steering wheel, controls starter, lights, and horn." Sounds a little scary to me!
This is a nice vintage advertisement from May, 1929, for the Studebaker Commander Victoria for four. You could buy the six-cylinder motor for $1,375 or get the straight-eight motor for $1,525. Bumpers and spare tire are extra, of course!
The reverse side features advertising for the Graham-Paige Automobile – The New Thrill In Motoring! "P... Click for details