Pontiac Advertising Campaign (1936): The Most Beautiful Thing on Wheels

Pontiac Six Advertising (June, 1936): See... Drive... Price Them All... and You'll Come Back to Pontiac!
Pontiac Six Advertising (June, 1936): See... Drive... Price Them All... and You'll Come Back to Pontiac!
Pontiac De Luxe Eight Coupe Ad (1936): Distinction that a low-price car has never known before
Pontiac De Luxe Eight Coupe Ad (1936): Distinction that a low-price car has never known before
Pontiac De Luxe Eight Coupe Ad (March, 1936): Beauty that gives a lot more than just pride
Pontiac De Luxe Eight Coupe Ad (March, 1936): Beauty that gives a lot more than just pride
Pontiac De Luxe Eight Coupe Ad (April, 1936): Quietly Making a Name for Itself as the Smoothest Eight in the World!
Pontiac De Luxe Eight Coupe Ad (April, 1936): Quietly Making a Name for Itself as the Smoothest Eight in the World!
Pontiac Master Six Coupe Ad (January, 1936): America's verdict again this year - You can't do better than a Pontiac!
Pontiac Master Six Coupe Ad (January, 1936): America's verdict again this year - You can't do better than a Pontiac!
Pontiac Master Six Coupe Ad (1936): Pontiac presents the Greatest low priced Six that ever took the road
Pontiac Master Six Coupe Ad (1936): Pontiac presents the Greatest low priced Six that ever took the road
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 2-Door Touring Sedan Ad (1936): Pontiac sets the pace for '36 - in beauty, economy and long life
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 2-Door Touring Sedan Ad (1936): Pontiac sets the pace for '36 - in beauty, economy and long life
Pontiac Eight 4-Door Touring Sedan Ad (March, 1936): The Most Beautifil Thing on Wheels and Americas' most Distinctive Car!
Pontiac Eight 4-Door Touring Sedan Ad (March, 1936): The Most Beautifil Thing on Wheels and Americas' most Distinctive Car!
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 4-Door Touring Sedan Ad (May, 1936): Learn Why Owners Call It the Smoothest Eight in the World!
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 4-Door Touring Sedan Ad (May, 1936): Learn Why Owners Call It the Smoothest Eight in the World!
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (1936): For Economy You can't do better than a Pontiac!
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (1936): For Economy You can't do better than a Pontiac!
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (January, 1936): The Most Beautifil Thing on Wheels
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (January, 1936): The Most Beautifil Thing on Wheels
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (April-May, 1936): We dare not disappoint a single owner
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (April-May, 1936): We dare not disappoint a single owner
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (March, 1936): Robbing Peter To Pay Paul Is Not Economy!
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (March, 1936): Robbing Peter To Pay Paul Is Not Economy!
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (February, 1936): We do our selling in the factory
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (February, 1936): We do our selling in the factory
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (1936): What a Difference in Size and Quality for Only $1-00 More a Week
Pontiac De Luxe Six 4-Door Sedan Ad (1936): What a Difference in Size and Quality for Only $1-00 More a Week
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 4-Door Sedan Ad (1936): Pontiac sets an all time high for smoothness in an eight!
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 4-Door Sedan Ad (1936): Pontiac sets an all time high for smoothness in an eight!
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 4-Door Sedan Ad (1936): The Outstanding Eight of its time!
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 4-Door Sedan Ad (1936): The Outstanding Eight of its time!
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 4-Door Sedan Ad (June, 1936): Making Friends..Winning Fame as the Smoothest Eight in the World!
Pontiac De Luxe Eight 4-Door Sedan Ad (June, 1936): Making Friends..Winning Fame as the Smoothest Eight in the World!
Pontiac Master Six 4-Door Touring Sedan Ad (May, 1936): Costs So Little... Save So Much
Pontiac Master Six 4-Door Touring Sedan Ad (May, 1936): Costs So Little... Save So Much
Pontiac Master Six Cabriolet Ad (1936): Costs just a few dollars more than the lowest priced cars
Pontiac Master Six Cabriolet Ad (1936): Costs just a few dollars more than the lowest priced cars
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Рекламная кампания Понтиака 1936 года. Смелые черно-белые макеты: на темном фоне тонкие линии заднего плана и крупное яркое пятно рекламируемого автомобиля.

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Pontiac’s selling of the “big car” image in 1935 had proven successful. The division moved to sixth rank in industry and there seemed to be little reason to make a drastic change for 1936. Harry Klinger decided to continue marketing the same basic offerings with a number of minor styling and technical alterations. Styling changes were most apparent at the front of the 1936 Pontiacs, where an even sleeker waterfall style grille appeared. Longer, slimmer headlight pods with an unusual mounting to the side of the hood were adopted. The heaviest of all the 1936 Pontiac was the Pontiac Eight 4-door Touring Sedan (3,420 pounds).
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