War Time for Motorists is Work Time for Cars
4-page, direct mail literature. Well illustrated with Black & White photographs. 8-1/2" x 10-3/4". The last pre-World War II Buick came off the assmebly line in Flint on February 3, 1942. Maintenance of your Buick became a priority because no new Buicks would be produced during wartime. This rare, direct mail piece of literature encourages the maintenance of your Buick. It says, "Transportation is vital to Victory, consequently, it's both practical and patriotic for all of us to take extra good care of our present cars while new ones are out of production. By keeping our automobile in good condition, we'll not only get the most out of it for our own use without detracting from the war effort - but will also be able to do our bit for our country's transportation needs if ever called upon."
|Author:||Noyes Buick Sales Company, Boston, MA.|
|Type:||World War II|
|Donor or Source:||David M. Landow|
|Cost of Reproduction:||$20.00|
|Cost of Original Document:||There are no originals of this item available.|