2000 GM Concept Vehicles Press Information Folder Media Kit #AAU-PKCP-GM-101

2000 GM Concept Vehicles Press Information Folder Media Kit #AAU-PKCP-GM-101

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2000 GM Concept Vehicles Press Information Folder Media Kit

Very good condition. Pages are clean, crisp and tight.

2000 GM Concept Vehicles Press Information Folder Media Kit

There is product-specific information by tabbed section.

A very cool collectible for any concept car enthusiast!

This press kit also includes color slide photography.

Saturn CV1,
Oldsmobile Profile,
Buick LaCrosse,
GMC Terradyne,
Opel Zarfira Showtrekker,
Chevrolet SSR,
Chevrolet Traverse,
Pontiac Piranha,
Cadillac Imaj.

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Oldsmobile 100th Anniversary Automobilia Collector Media Guide Collectible #AAU-PKSP-OLD-101

IMG_3810Oldsmobile 100th Anniversary Automobilia Collector Media Guide Collectible #AAU-PKSP-OLD-101

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Oldsmobile 100th Anniversary Automobilia Collector Media Guide Collectible

100 Years Oldsmobile Anniversary Media Guide issued by Oldsmobile to journalists for media stories. A rare unique collectible.

3-ring binder format.

This item also includes extra ephemera as depicted in inside pocketed.

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ABOUT THE 100TH OLDSMOBILE ANNIVERSARY:
After surviving its most recent near-death experience, Oldsmobile is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, the first American auto company to reach that milestone. Your great-grandfather’s Oldsmobile was born on Aug. 21, 1897, when Ransom E. Olds and a group of investors formed the Olds Motor Vehicle Company in Lansing, Mich.

Oldsmobile estimates that 2,500 vehicle makers have come and gone since 1897. ”Obviously only a handful have made it,” said Darwin E. Clark, the general manager of Oldsmobile, now a General Motors division. ”Over its 100-year history, Oldsmobile almost closed its doors four times. It shows a lot of resiliency, bringing cars to market that customers want to buy.’

 

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