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balthazar

1930 Fisher Body print ad

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I have a whole folder of these. Wish I could decently scan the 1929 all-division ad I have, I think it's 12 pages. So classy.

 

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I think putting 'CHEVROLET" back in the bow tie like above might appease those whining the current bowtie looks "cheap" (however they come to that conclusion). 

 

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Shame that of the above 9 car Divisions, only 3 are left (even if 2 of those were only around about 2 years).

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Interesting question, actually. Fisher built all the bodies for GM product; their plants were nearly always adjacent to the assembly plants, so the answer would have to 'yes' (I'm talking post-war here). I dug around via repro parts sources and apparently the trucks (in the '60s and '70s at least) did not have sill plates with 'Fisher Body' emblems.

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