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Vintage National Car Rentals Ads published today! (1958) National Car Rentals. Any airline, railroad or travel agency will reserve your car with us. It will be waiting for you at your airport or railroad station. Rental of a brand new Ford Fairlane 500, or other fine car, averages only $7.50 per day. (1974) National Car Rental, Don Rickles. Their Green Lite Service is so good they left Don Rickles speechless. Green Lite Service is our new system that helps you pick up your car faster and return it more conveniently. And we knew if there were any flaws, Don Rickles would be the guy to find them. So when Don arrived at our counter he found his rental agreement filled out and waiting. Not bad, he conceded. But now I bet I turn into a pumpkin waiting for my car. No sir, said our counter representative. Just show me your driver's license, authorized credit card and sign. That's it? asked Rickles. That's it, she answered. And if you're in a hurry when you return the Buick Century Don we're renting you, use our express check-in box. National Car Rental is a rental car company based in Clayton, Missouri. National was founded by 24 independent rental car agents on August 27, 1947. It has grown from 60 locations in the United States in 1947 to over 2000 locations internationally as of 2005. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Hertz Rent A Car Ads published today! (1957) Cadillac Convertible. We rent the cars you like to drive! Cadillac. Buick. Oldsmobile. Chevrolet Bel Airs. Station wagons, convertibles, sports cars. Low rates include all gasoline and oil you use en route... and proper insurance. (1952) Hertz Car Rental Service. Put a car from us in your vacation plans. See More. Do More. Lookout Mountain, just out of Chattanooga, rich in historical lore and natural beauty... a favorite hunting ground of the Cherokees... only one of the many interesting spots in this area which you can easily reach in the car you rent from us. (1959) Chevrolet Impala. Call us to reserve a car here, there or anywhere. We'll see to it that a new car is waiting to meet your plane, train or ship anywhere. We rent beautiful new Chevrolet Impalas, Bel Airs and other cars you like to drive. (1959) Hertz Direction Finder Kit. Now you always know the way to go when you rent a car from us! Maps. Travel folders. Quick-trip guides. Tips on where to dine and stay. We make it so easy for you to reserve a car. Just call any office or see your travel agent. (1949) Drive-Ur-Self Cars. Wherever you are, at Home or Away. Rent a new car from us and Drive it yourself. We are also the world's largest truck leasing and rental organization. Trucks are available at most stations for occasional rental or on long-term lease. (1953) Photo: Grand Coulee Dam, only 227 miles from Walla Walla, Washington. This majestic Dam harnesses the waters of the scenic Columbia River. (1974) Hertz New Standards. 54 of the toughest new standards in the rent-a-car industry. To help give you a clean and reliable car. Fast. Every time. We rent Fords and other fine cars. (2005) Hertz Number 1 Club. Speed. Selection. Savings. The new improved Club lets you make reservations faster. And a special Number 1 Club Express counter speeds you on your way. Book a weekly or weekend rental like the Ford Explorer. When you're a member, you're entitled to special deals. (2004) Prestige Collection, Jaguar. X-Type. When it comes to business or leisure, you want the type of luxury car like no other. You want the Jaguar X-Type. Discover the special services exclusive to our Prestige Collection. (1956) See exciting and unusual New Orleans in a new Powerglide Chevrolet Bel Air (or other fine car) just like your own! Enjoy yourself, too, in the Blue Room of the Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans. (1956) We honor air, rail, most all hotel credit cards; Diners' Club and Hertz charge cards. Smart businessman. When he has an important appointment - that won't wait - he rents a car from us! (1954) Chevy Convertible against a backdrop of breath-taking mountain scenery, the beautiful Grove Park Inn, nestling high above nearby Asheville, North Carolina, offers the finest in play, rest, and relaxation. (1960) Corvair. We rent spanking new, sparkling clean Chevrolet, Corvair, Buick and other fine cars. The world's largest rent a car service, with the most cars, the most offices, the most efficient personnel. (1957) Lowell Thomas. Posed picture? Sure. But Mr. Thomas is no stranger to us. Mr. Thomas travels far and fast. To save time he takes a plane or train - rents a new Powerglide Chevrolet Bel Air or other fine car there. (1953) Hertz Rent-a-Car System. Gasoline, Oil, Insurance furnished. Advance Reservations. New Model Cars. Charge Cards Available. Photo: The luxurious General Oglethorpe Hotel, a few miles from Savannah, Georgia, is famous for its golf course, its scenic beauty and charming hospitality. (1978) O. J. Simpson says, Nobody does it better than Hertz! Hertz rents Fords and other fine cars. Sub-Compact. Fairmont. Granada. Thunderbird. The Superstar in rent-a-car. Our new Thursday through Sunday Take-Off-Rates can sabe you up to 35 percent. Just pick up your car anytime, as early as Thursday. Return it by the same time on Monday. There's a minimum rental of 3 days if you pick up your car on Thursday or 2 days if you pick it up Friday or Saturday. Call Hertz to reserve your Take-Off car now. Or come up to our counter and check availabilities. Or call your travel consultant. (1958) Sam Snead. Mr. Snead got the Hertz idea. Because Hertz rents the cars you like to drive! As Mr. Snead said before posing for this picture, It's never a catch-as-catch-can proposition with Hertz. I get the car I want, where I want it. And Sam is one man who's been on the go enough to know. Finishing a tournament in Augusta one day, he might have to start another in Chicago the next. Anywhere there's a tournament, Sam Snead knows he can have a Hertz car ready and waiting like the Turboglide Chevrolet Bel Air or other expertly maintained car. Listen to Hertz Business and World News - Featuring Walter Cronkite - Every Day On CBS Radio. (1957) Hertz Reservation Service. What a drive! Going on your vacation? Do like this young lady does. She's found you can have more days of fun when you leave your car at home. To be sure of a car at your destination - anywhere - use our world-wide reservation service. (1954) Hertz Station, Omaha, Nebraska. At this station, the 24 hour daily rate is $5.50, plus 8 cents per mile, including gasoline, oil and insurance. The total cost for a trip of 30 miles in one day is only $7.90, whether one person or five ride. Rates are lower by the week. Rates vary slightly in different sections of the country. To be sure of a Ford or other fine car, make a reservation in advance. The company was founded by Walter L. Jacobs in 1918, who started a car rental operation in Chicago with a dozen Model T Ford cars. In 1923, Jacobs sold it to John D. Hertz who made it a subsidiary of his Yellow Truck and Coach Manufacturing Company. The fleet consists of a wide majority of vehicle manufacturers, with the majority being GM products. Luxury cars are provided by Mercedes, Infiniti, and Cadillac. Previously, due to Hertz's affiliation with Ford, the rental fleet of most locations consisted of Ford and its brands, such as Mazda, Volvo, Mercury and Lincoln, along with various others (mostly Korean and Japanese). In 1959, the advertising firm of Norman, Craig & Kummel (NCK) was selected as the new advertising agency for the company. NCK developed the slogan “Let Hertz put you in the driver’s seat” by October 1959. They used the line in the early 1960s in print, signs and television. The series is listed as number 65 in the top 100 advertising campaigns of the 20th century by Advertising Age magazine. O.J. Simpson appeared prominently in ads for the company. They set the trend of hiring black athletes as sponsors of various brands. The company is based in Park Ridge, New Jersey. As of November 2012, Hertz Rent-A-Car System is the second-largest U.S. car rental company by sales. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Avis Rent a Car System Ads published today! (1975) Car Fleet. The freshest fleet. We have the only fully computerized reservation system. We get your car fast and serve the most airport locations in the world. (1975) Avis Car Rental. Now, at the busiest travel locations, you can get your keys, and your car, and take off quicker than ever. Thanks to our new Wizard Number Express Service. We rent all makes, feature cars engineered by Chrysler. (1987) Florida Convertible. Pontiac Sunbird. Convertibles at a subcompact SuperValue Daily Rate. Red hot. Wizard Company, Inc. (1957) Fly & Drive Ticket. tep directly from plane to a new car, automatically reserved for you wherever you land. You can get Tickets from these leading airlines: Allegheny, American, Bonanza, Braniff, Canadian Pacific, Capital, Central, Continental, Delta, Frontier, Lake Central, Northeast, Northwest, Ozark, Piedmont, Southern, Southwest, Trans-Canada, Trans Texas, Trans World, United and Western. (1959) Ford Cars. Artist: Richard Green. When it's an extra car you need - we make it easy to go... go... Go! Drive a sparkling new Ford you'd like to own, or choose your favorite make and model. (1957) Avis Leave-It-There Service. Add extra days of vacation fun. Rent a car that goes home by itself. The new rent it here - leave it there service. So reserve a popular new Ford or other fine car from us to take you to your vacation spot or meet you there. (1960) Avis Minute-Saver Service. Your car is waiting with your name on it! Let us know before you leave. Word is flashed ahead over our Teletype Network so that when you arrive, your car is ready. No delays. No red tape. (1970) We asked STP's Andy Granatelli - one of the world's foremost auto experts - to help write a check-out manual for all of our mechanics to follow. It will help insure that the Plymouth you rent from us runs like a dream. A Worldwide Service of ITT. (1983) Rapid Return. Self-service car return system. It's Fast. It's Easy. And no one has anything like it! It's easy to use as your pocket calculator! It's designed to make car renting faster and easier than ever for you. We feature GM cars. Chevrolet Caprice Classic. (1987) Avis Rate Shoppers Guide. You're guaranteed to get our lowest applicable rate. Red hot cars: Pontiac Sunbird, Oldsmobile Cutlass Cruiser, Cadillac Sedan de Ville, Chevrolet Beretta / Corsica, Chevrolet Spectrum. (1970) Avis Rent A Car System. A Worldwide Service of ITT. Nobody walks out on us. If we don't deliver the sleek and shiny Plymouth you reserved, we'll move you up, maybe even to an Imperial. (1979) Avis Used Cars. Why buying a young used car from us is a lot like buying a new car! Consumer Confidence Checklist: Limited Warranty. Autosense Analysis: Diagnostic computer tests. Maintenance History. We offer a wide range of GM Models in all classes. Plus other fine makes. (1957) Photograph: Benzie State Park, Michigan. Rent a car that goes home by itself. Rent it here - leave it there service. Away or at home... a car of your own. (1975) Avis Wizard Computer System. The most advanced system in the rent a car industry. No mistake about it. Delivers a completely printed rental contract in less than a minute. We features cars engineered by Chrysler. The company was founded in 1948 with three cars at Willow Run Airport, Ypsilanti, Michigan, by Warren Avis. It established branch operations across the United States over the next few years, becoming the second largest car rental company in the country by 1953. By its tenth anniversary in 1956 it had opened its first international offices in Europe, Canada and Mexico. Their corporate motto is "We Try Harder" It was adopted in 1962. The slogan was used for 50 years before a re-branding in 2012, in which Avis received a new slogan, "It's Your Space." In 1972, Avis introduced Wizard, the first computer-based information and reservations system to be used in the United States car rental business; to this day, almost all frequent Avis customers are identified by their unique "Wizard number". In 1981, the company instituted its system of vehicle tracking, that was not coincidentally named Advanced Vehicle Identification System (AVIS). Since the late 1970s, Avis has featured mainly General Motors (GM) vehicles such as Chevrolet and Cadillac, but today also rents popular non-GM brands including Ford and Toyota. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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