Pontiac Six Advertising Campaign (1928): Chief of the Sixes

Pontiac Six Ad (1928): 2-Door Sedan - What Other Six In Pontiac's Field Offers All These Advancements?
Pontiac Six Ad (1928): 2-Door Sedan - What Other Six In Pontiac's Field Offers All These Advancements?
Pontiac Six Ad (July, 1928): 2-Door Sedan - A new order of performance in General Motors' lowest priced six
Pontiac Six Ad (July, 1928): 2-Door Sedan - A new order of performance in General Motors' lowest priced six
Pontiac Six Ad (September, 1928): 2-Door Sedan - Faster, more powerful in performance, more vividly styled than before
Pontiac Six Ad (September, 1928): 2-Door Sedan - Faster, more powerful in performance, more vividly styled than before
Pontiac Six Ad (July, 1928): 4-Door Sedan - Better than ever and winning even greater success
Pontiac Six Ad (July, 1928): 4-Door Sedan - Better than ever and winning even greater success
Pontiac Six Ad (1928): 4-Door Sedan - Giving more than ever for the same low price
Pontiac Six Ad (1928): 4-Door Sedan - Giving more than ever for the same low price
Pontiac Six Ad (September, 1928): Cabriolet, Body by Fisher - Added Power, Added Speed and the Added Smartness of wire wheel equipment
Pontiac Six Ad (September, 1928): Cabriolet, Body by Fisher - Added Power, Added Speed and the Added Smartness of wire wheel equipment
Pontiac Six Ad (September, 1928): Coupe, Body by Fisher - Drive this finer Pontiac Six to learn what $745 will buy
Pontiac Six Ad (September, 1928): Coupe, Body by Fisher - Drive this finer Pontiac Six to learn what $745 will buy
Pontiac Six Ad (October, 1928): Sport Landau Sedan, Body by Fisher - A Signal Triumph in Design, in Construction, in Performance
Pontiac Six Ad (October, 1928): Sport Landau Sedan, Body by Fisher - A Signal Triumph in Design, in Construction, in Performance
Pontiac Six Ad (1928): Sport Roadster - Greater Smoothness and Stamina in General Motors' lowest priced Six
Pontiac Six Ad (1928): Sport Roadster - Greater Smoothness and Stamina in General Motors' lowest priced Six
Pontiac Six Ad (November, 1928) - A Marvelous Improvement in Cold Weather Performance
Pontiac Six Ad (November, 1928) - A Marvelous Improvement in Cold Weather Performance
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- a Successful Six now winning Even Greater Success
Имя Pontiac новая автомобильная марка получила в 1926 году в честь индейского вождя племени оттава, сплотившего в 1762 году вокруг себя семь племен и выступавшего в Семилетней войне на стороне французских колонистов, — его-то «портрет» и красовался на заводском знаке машины.

На третий год существования марки рекламисты выкатили эту бесподобную серию с иллюстрациями на индейскую тематику. Автомобиль позиционировался на рынке как «Вождь Шестицилиндровых», то есть как самая массовая и популярная американская модель с шестью цилиндрами


An impression of lowness was accentuated on all 6-28 Series Pontiacs by a 1 1/8-inch higher radiator and a 1″ higher hood. Longer looking windows were created by raising the body panels 1 1/4-inches at the window sills and by dropping the top window line 1 1/2-inches. The lowness of the the new roofline was exaggerated in art work by the artists who prepared Pontiac ads this year.
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