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Discussion in 'Classic Cars' started by jj4ever, Sep 26, 2010.
post the classic ads
old ads have too much text
I have one of these hangin up on the wall
I'll post loads of Porsche ones tomorrow.
And here's an awesome classic video ad for the 911.
Here's another one:
If you want I can post a lot more classic Porsche ads.
go ahead, these stuff are amazing and hard to find these days
That's pretty much it when it comes to normal ads (others are bad quality or more like booklets). I've also got Porsche racing posters but I'll probably make a gallery for those soon.
couple of years back, i posted an ad for Pirelli which has miura in it, anypne still have it, i couldnt find it in my PC, i m sure RockaForte has it
for starters, i know bs has a few:
i know there's one more, but can't find it right now
only one on my comp.. and pathetically still kind of true today..
David Ogilvy pioneered that style of advertising for cars and other products. It worked brilliantly, most famously for Rolls-Royce. It was emulated by many companies over the years, but is largely a thing of the past. I love these old ads, though. They came from a mindset that the ad's text should be as entertaining and informative as the paper or magazine in which it's placed.
i found it
does anyone have the "nobody's perfect" ad? I think it was a porsche one where they listed the top finishers of a lemans race where like 9 of the top 10 were porsche?
I have a shitload of magazines from the 70s and 80s that has most of these adds in there. if I get some time I'll scan some of those and put them up here.
IIRC that add was 1st 2nd 3rd 4th and 6th for the 84 or 85 LeMans 24 hours.
Here's some other cool ones