I also have the second pic, the Garnet Red "two groups" ad. Have that along with several other items on display. Along with a couple unique dealer items.I wasn't sure which area I could post this for others to enjoy, so it landed here. These came from a Life magazine dated 1969. A friend of mine gave these to me years ago.
I have a magazine ad for '70 SS454 that is really close to that in style. Will have to dig thru my collection and see if I can find it. Also have a '71 dealership sales brochure and a '70 dealership sales brochure stashed away. Will have to see if I can find it all and post a couple pics. Love that old stuff. Today's literature doesn't hold a candle to the real thing at all.Who remembers this ?
I note that the TV commercial ended with "Putting you first keeps us number 1," seems the General forgot that line...Isn't that that same as the under 44 and over groups?
VINTAGE COMMERCIAL - CHEVY MALIBU - 1969 - YouTube
So Dean, your car is famous for being in that advertisement. It sure looks like the same car.
I think Mr. Peabody & Sherman are waiting for their first victim to go back to 1969. Like the sign says, "Danger". Jump in, and while you're there grab some brochures for me. Wait, I have them all (just about)what I would give to go back to 1969 and pick out a new chevelle. Probably get a copo or maybe a yenko.
Hell, I could buy 5 of them for what I paid for mine. Anyone know where that "way back machine" is?
It just says SS396 in that ad and that's how my friends and me would call them.If it wasn't an SS it was called a Chevelle(even Malibu's) and if it was an SS396 we called it a SuperSport.From back in the day when it was (apparently) okay to be a bully?