Cartoons: Used Cars

The cars may be lemons, but the gags are a gas!

Weekly Newsletter

The best of The Saturday Evening Post in your inbox!

SUPPORT THE POST

Want even more laughs? Subscribe to the magazine for cartoons, art, inspiring stories, fiction, humor, and features from our archives.

 

Used cars cartoon
“By the way, how are the brakes?”
Tom Henderson
October 11, 1952

 

Used car with Parts on ground
“The price includes the radio, heater, and all the parts lying on the ground.”
Larry Reynolds
September 16, 1950

 

Used car cartoon
“The former owner had to work so hard to meet the payments he didn’t get a chance to drive it.”
Bob Barnes
June 23, 1961

 

Used car cartoon
“I’m not speaking to you as a salesman, but as a friend. Grab it!”
Robert Paplow
April 12, 1952

 

Used car cartoon
“I’m going to be frank with you; this is an old car…”
Jeff Keate
April 7, 1951

 

Used car cartoon
“Now that you mention it, he did seem in a hurry!”
Steve DuQuette
February 7, 1953

 

Used car cartoon
“But we can’t vacate! There isn’t a car on the lot would stand moving again.”
Gardner Rea
January 13, 1951

 

Used car cartoon
“No radio, but when you open the glove compartment it plays ‘Moonlight Bay.’”
Chon Day
June 28, 1952

 

Used car cartoon
“I’ve got a terrific buy if you’ll assemble it yourself.”
Jerry Marcus
December 13, 1952

 

Bob Schroeter
November 15, 1952
Used car cartoon
“It was owned by a little old lady who never placed better than fifth.”
Ray Helle
October 11, 1952

 

Want even more laughs? Subscribe to the magazine for cartoons, art, inspiring stories, fiction, humor, and features from our archives.

Become a Saturday Evening Post member and enjoy unlimited access. Subscribe now

Comments

  1. These are all great. I like the drawings of the real ‘antique’ cars here, and the details put into them. Number 10 (laughing side view mirror) is my favorite, followed by number 5.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *