"As long as cars have filled the highways and byways, drivers have been bombarded with advertisements selling the virtues of our four-wheeled friends. The 1920s, 1930s and 1940s pushed cars advertised by women in cloche hats and fur-lined coats. Post "
If You Want to be Happy…
On this particular day, when we’ve been saturated with admonitions to change your own and your neighbour’s lives by sticking a little cross next to one politician or another’s name, we thought that the various spin doctors of party politics could take a leaf out of this brazen Beemer bike ad from the seventies.
And we’re sure you know that size is not the measure of true happiness. But surely British leyland were pushing the boundaries a bit when they put forward the Mini as the answer to contentment.
But in the way that this woman is lovingly assisting with the safety of the situation with the handbrake, we think that the MG Midget just might be the answer. Maybe size doesn’t matter, after all.
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