Oldsmobile Advertising Art by George Rapp (1932)
Oldsmobile Convertible Roadster (1932): Illustrated by George Rapp
Oldsmobile Patrician Sedan Ad (March, 1932): Illustrated by George Rapp
Oldsmobile Four Door Sedan Ad (March, 1932): Illustrated by George Rapp
Oldsmobile Business Coupe Ad (April, 1932): Illustrated by George Rapp
Oldsmobile Four Door Sedan Ad (August, 1932): Illustrated by George Rapp
Oldsmobile Four Door Sedan Ad (1932): Illustrated by George Rapp?
George E. Rapp (1898-1941)
NEW STYLE, new comfort, new excellence of performance are now brought to you in two new moderately priced Oldsmobiles for 1932. The new Six, larger and finer in every respect, represents a distinct all-round advancement, in style as well as performance abilities, over its widely popular predecessors. The new Straight Eight is a brand new Oldsmobile product—brought out in response to a substantial public demand for a moderately priced eight-cylinder car of typical Oldsmobile quality and dependability. Both cars are replete with features designed to further pleasure and comfort in motoring. Both are large, roomy, and pleasingly individual in style and appointment. On the following pages of this catalogue you will find illustrations of Oldsmobile's various new body types by Fisher, together with the many options in equipment and appointment which lend added emphasis to Oldsmobile's greater value for 1932.
Quelle: Oldsmobile New Six and Eight Sales Brochure