1948 Magazine Ad For Oldsmobile - "98" Convertible, Vincent Kling Beach House on 2040-motos
Vincent "98" convertible description
This listing is for a vintage magazine ad for Oldsmobile. This is an (approx. 10 1/2 x 13 1/2 inch ) ad from Life magazine August 31, 1948. Illustration of Oldsmobile "98" convertible and Vincent Kling designed beach house.
This magazine ad is in Fine (toning due to age) condition. See large photo of the ad. Buyer to pay $3.25 for 1st class postage or $7.95 for Priority Mail shipping.
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This vintage magazine ad is fresh from an estate in Northern Maine. There were over 1500 pages in this collection and we will be listing all of them in the coming months. Keep checking back to see our new advertising pages. 0726
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