Posts Tagged: General Motors

vintage WWII ad Oldsmobile worker illustration

GM and WWII-Victory is Our Business

  What was good for General Motors was good for the army Once upon a time when it came to cars General Motors was king of the road and the American Dream was paved with Chevys. And when it came

vintage WWII ad Oldsmobile worker illustration

GM and WWII-Victory is Our Business

  What was good for General Motors was good for the army Once upon a time when it came to cars General Motors was king of the road and the American Dream was paved with Chevys. And when it came

How Detroit Won WWII

Think what Detroit meant in 1945 and what it represents today. Once the very symbol of American prosperity and the American Dream, Detroit has run out of gas. For decades the Motor City was the greatest manufacturing city in the

How Detroit Won WWII

Think what Detroit meant in 1945 and what it represents today. Once the very symbol of American prosperity and the American Dream, Detroit has run out of gas. For decades the Motor City was the greatest manufacturing city in the

vintage illustration 1950s family buying car

Moving Forward Into the American Dream

  The first hint of fall may have conjured up the crunch of crisp McIntosh apples, maple leaves turning colors, and the air filled with burning leaves, but for me fall conjured up the intoxicating smell of a new car.

vintage illustration 1950s family buying car

Moving Forward Into the American Dream

  The first hint of fall may have conjured up the crunch of crisp McIntosh apples, maple leaves turning colors, and the air filled with burning leaves, but for me fall conjured up the intoxicating smell of a new car.

Vintage illustration cars

Designed for Dreaming

When it came to cars, General Motors was the undisputed king of the mid-century road and the American Dream was paved with Chevys. The Chevy may have taken America by storm, but it was giving my own mid-century Mom a

Vintage illustration cars

Designed for Dreaming

When it came to cars, General Motors was the undisputed king of the mid-century road and the American Dream was paved with Chevys. The Chevy may have taken America by storm, but it was giving my own mid-century Mom a