Cartoons: Car Trouble

You’ll never “tire” of these mid-century motor mishaps!

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“Where’s your sense of humor?”
Chon Day
November 12, 1960

 

“Do you know what day this is? This is the thirty-first day of our thirty-day guaranty.”
Robert Day
September 19, 1959

 

“Now, aren’t you glad I had you wear your rubbers?”
Jeffrey Monahan
July 16, 1960

 

“You need a haircut.”
Joseph Zeis
March 21, 1959

 

“What’s the trouble, dear?”
Chon Day
February 28, 1959

 

“I’m afraid this isn’t much of a…mind handing me that wrench?…honeymoon for you, dear.”
Salo Roth
November 3, 1960

 

“Ya know what? I think we forgot to release his emergency brake.”
Tom Henderson
February 14, 1959

 

“It seems rather sluggish.”
Harry Mace
February 11, 1956

 

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