Collection Of Some Black And White 1950's Car And Truck Commercials Featuring Chev 1953,54 Trucks, Bel-Air, 55 Dodge, Dodge Texan, Plymouth 56, 1958 Chev, 1958 Oldsmobile 88. And More!

1. 1954 Chevrolet Trucks
2. 1953 Chevrolet Trucks
3. 1953 Chevrolet Bel-Air
4. 1955 Dodge
5. Plymouth 56 Push Button Drive
6. 1956 Dodge Texan
7. 1958 Chevrolet
8. 1958 oldsmobile 88

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Comments

    • Steve P
      Steve P

      Nowadays that couple going on a picnic very well could be just those two guys.
      Time has changed.

      about 8 days ago
    • Scratch Dog 22
      Scratch Dog 22

      Had that radio at the end. Wish I had the rest of the car.

      about 1 month ago
    • Jeff Barker
      Jeff Barker

      I think GM and Dodge needs to watch this video and pay very close attention to it because they need to be reminded how it works.

      about 1 month ago
    • Steven Cooper
      Steven Cooper

      A record player in a car?!? Now, I've seen it all!

      about 1 month ago
    • Jeff Mayo
      Jeff Mayo In reply to Steven Cooper

      Chrysler offered them from the dealership in 1957-1959.It was then hard wired into the am radio.It looked like a tissue dispenser.I found one for 50 cents at a flea market...Then sold it for 225 bucks on e-bay(and it didn't even work)  ! TALK ABOUT A PROFIT MARGIN !

      about 11 days ago
    • Paul DiNatale
      Paul DiNatale In reply to Steven Cooper

      I REMEMBER THEM AS A KID -THEY WOULD PLAY NICE BUT ON ROUGH ROADS THE RECORD COULD SKIP AND JUMP A LINE OR TWO,SOMETIMES SCATCHING THE RECORD. SO IT WAS GREAT ON LOVERS LANE SPOTS OR ON A MODERN FREEWAY LIKE RT 66 IN MOST CITY AREAS. GREAT CARS!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Don Crabbe
      Don Crabbe

      Q: To what does, "...long, low lines..."refer, in the Chevrolet spot, near this post's front end? What, @ 5:24, does it say, behind the Plymouth?(on the plane's side?) Oh and, a)thanks, for posting and, b)great name, you have! I hope you've found more...

      about 2 months ago
    • jerry caughron
      jerry caughron

      Walter Brennan special?

      about 5 months ago