1927 Gardner Ads
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Signs have a high quality baked on gloss finish, sublimation process and are made in America
Signs are crafted of aircraft grade quality aluminum.  
Black border may be applied as appropriate for image.
Boxed shipping included in the continental United States

9 x 12    $19.88        .025 Thickness
12 x 16   $33.88       .025 Thickness

NOTE: Any two page ad can be split into two full size signs.

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                                   Gardner History

Saturday Evening Post - Sept 11, 1926

Lycoming used a 1927 1st series model for this ad.

Saturday Evening Post - Oct 2, 1926


Automotive Industries - Dec 23, 1926


Motor Age - Nov 25, 1926 Part 1

This is likely the first ad for the new 1927 2nd Series models.  Available as of December 1st a month early because of the many improvements.
Gardner chose to mark the occasion with a four-page ad.

MoToR Dec. 1926


Saturday Evening Post - March 5, 1927


MoToR - Sept, 1926

Lycoming often used Gardner in their ads. 

Saturday Evening Post - Nov 13, 1926

 Velmo choose the Imperial Sedan for their ad.

Custom Brougham
Body by Lubitz

Not an ad but part of a flyer for the new style.

Motor Age - Nov 25, 1926 Part 2

The trade mark hood louvers came out with this series along with the double drop frame.

Motor Age - Jan 27, 1927


MoToR - March 1927

 The above image of a speeding car was used in an article about cars being too fast and powerful.