The role of car brochures has diminished in recent decades as the internet provides more detailed information, but they still remain a touchstone for many drivers. What are some ways that advertising agencies can stay relevant when their product is largely obsolete?
The “old car brochures pontiac” is a game that allows users to view old car brochures from the Pontiac company.
Despite the development of two other digital archives, the Old Car Manual Project continues to be the finest overall collection of marketing materials for American automobiles.
True, the Old Car Brochures and Old Car Advertisements websites lack some of the features found in the Antique Automobile Club of America’s digital library, such as the option to share uploaded content through social media.
Foreign automakers aren’t covered by the Old Car websites unless their goods are associated with a domestic manufacturer. You’ll need to check out the Automotive History Preservation Society’s larger but narrower coverage for imports.
On the bright side, the Old Car websites usually have a considerably wider selection of resources for the automakers they do cover. They also offer a repair handbook collection. In addition, the Old Car Brochures website has information from Canadian, Mexican, Australian, and New Zealand manufacturers.
Old Car Brochures has recently had some technological challenges, such as broken connections. Because the organization is handled entirely by volunteers and is not for profit, I suppose that these issues have persisted.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the website Webmaster Rusty Petrovic adds, “We’re going to work hard to add new material and enhance the library.” “Be on the lookout for some major changes!”
The Old Car Brochures section of the website has been redesigned and now has a new URL (http://www.oldcarbrochures.org) rather than the previous one (http://www.oldcarbrochures.com).
Donations of historical materials as well as cash are welcome. A historical DVD is also available for purchase (go here). That begs the question: if you could only give to one of the organizations that preserve automobile materials, which one would you choose?
I’m leaning about backing the Old Car Manual Project. However, I hope that all three of the above-mentioned digital libraries can find a “win-win” manner to interact in the future. Why compete with each other when none of them are business enterprises?
- Access is free, however contributions are appreciated.
The “old car brochures wanted” is a game that requires players to find old car brochures. The player with the most points wins.
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