Tag Archives: Automobile

Learning to Love the Car

Americans still living the horse-and-buggy lifestyle thought automobiles were a dangerous nuisance and wanted them strictly regulated or banned from roads. The Post accurately predicted the way this story would play out.  More
Uncle Sam sitting at a desk, examining a zepplin model.

Whose Motor Was It Really?

The U.S. patent for the gas engine would for years have a chokehold on the emerging auto industry. Learn about the diligence of the man who determined to make a profit from his “road engine.“  More

Vintage Auto Ads: Cadillac

Long before the Cadillac Motor Company was known for making the luxury cars that embodied American opulence, the company was known for its exceptional engineering.  More

Vintage Auto Ads: Chrysler

From fuselage style to the introduction of the Hemi, Chrysler was an innovator throughout the 20th century. Gorgeous Chrysler car ads from the pages of The Saturday Evening Post.  More

Our Love for Cars

From the early 1900s through the 1960s and beyond, Saturday Evening Post covers have shown that we are definitely a car nation.  More