Today's two-page ad from Buick features a car in the perfectly plausible environment of Somewhere In The Middle Of Montana, where there's horses. For some reason, this made people buy cars.
Those are horses back there, but this car sure looks to me like it's dragging it's ass. I'm used to seeing cars of this vintage in poor condition with broken leaf springs in the back. The bumper has been filed away to half it's original thickness by the pavement. But this car is factory fresh. Were they really that low? I know the grass makes it look lower than it really ism but holy smokes. It could also be an illusion, based on the fact that the car was thirty feet long. There could actually be eighteen inches of ground clearance under there.
Anyway, please enjoy the bigger version with the not-very-well removed magazine crotch going through the center of the ad. The Photoshopping Brigade gets no dessert with their happy meal today. They must have