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Chevrolet, 1930 on Flickr.


Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 30s".
Click image for 1389 x 871 size.
“Beautiful New Bodies by
Fisher
for the Greatest
Chevrolet
in Chevrolet History
For Economical Transportation
Chevrolet Body by Fisher
Women everywhere helped design the new Chevrolet Six - with its beautiful bodies by Fisher. Their letters have come from every part of America - now with a suggestion, now with a request, now praising this or that feature. And every one of those letters was carefully considered by Chevrolet and Fisher. The steering wheel should be set lower… the brakes should be easier to apply… the gasoline gauge should be on the dash… seats should be made deeper. Others asked that certain features be retained - the adjustable driver’s seat… the smooth clutch steering… the harmonious design of the fittings… the comfortable and stylish interiors. Every worthwhile suggestion was adopted. For women are using Chevrolet cars more widely every day - and their tastes, their desires, their suggestions are entitled to the utmost consideration. Chevrolet and Fisher believe you’ll like the new Chevrolet Six. Its design, in every particular, is meant to be better suited to a woman’s taste and needs.
Chevrolet Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
Division of general Motors Corporation”

Chevrolet, 1930 on Flickr.


Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 30s".

Click image for 1389 x 871 size.

“Beautiful New Bodies by
Fisher
for the Greatest
Chevrolet
in Chevrolet History

For Economical Transportation
Chevrolet Body by Fisher

Women everywhere helped design the new Chevrolet Six - with its beautiful bodies by Fisher. Their letters have come from every part of America - now with a suggestion, now with a request, now praising this or that feature. And every one of those letters was carefully considered by Chevrolet and Fisher. The steering wheel should be set lower… the brakes should be easier to apply… the gasoline gauge should be on the dash… seats should be made deeper. Others asked that certain features be retained - the adjustable driver’s seat… the smooth clutch steering… the harmonious design of the fittings… the comfortable and stylish interiors. Every worthwhile suggestion was adopted. For women are using Chevrolet cars more widely every day - and their tastes, their desires, their suggestions are entitled to the utmost consideration. Chevrolet and Fisher believe you’ll like the new Chevrolet Six. Its design, in every particular, is meant to be better suited to a woman’s taste and needs.

Chevrolet Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
Division of general Motors Corporation”

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