1928 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 $16.88 .025 Thickness
12 x 16 $29.88 .025 Thickness
NOTE: Any two page ad can be split into two full size signs.
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MoToR - Aug 1927
Gardner offered 4 eight cylinder models having dropped the six in January.
Saturday Evening Post - Sept 24, 1927
Want to know more about those Balcrank bumpers? There is an ad in the Generic section.
Motor Age - Dec 1. 1927 Part 1
The 75 roadster was the lowest price 8 cylinder made and it came well equiped for 1928..
MoToR - Jan. 1928
Motor Age - Jan 5, 1928 - page 1
Motor Age - Jan 5, 1928 - Both pages
An example of a two-page ad placed on one sign. With individual pages shown above
Saturday Evening Post - Sept 3, 1927
They listed 4 models but had a 5th model; the 88 which was available only in the phaeton body style and built only for export. They did not advertise the 88 in the U. S.
Motor Age - Oct 20, 1927
This ad looks the same as the one on the left; it's very different. This is aimed for the car dealer the one on the right is aimed for the consumer.
Motor Age - Dec 1. 1927 Part 2
$1295 was the lowest price for an 8 cylinder closed car in 1928.
Atlantic - Jan. 1928
Motor Age - Jan 5, 1928 - page 2
Motor Age - Jan 26, 1928
115 HP was the most for any production car.
Gardner and Auburn tied for first place.
Atlantic - Feb. 1928
The motor media called this a new body style; in part
because there was no running board splash shield
Link to Page two of 1928 signs