The 1959 Plymouth Fury, powered by the Golden Commando V8 engine. I don't know if it ran on testosterone or gasoline, but you can bet it used a lot of it. This commercial is from the Suspense episode on the latest Relic Radio Show. The old jingle's are fun sometimes.
...a wheeled body shield that affords immunity from rifle bullets and shrapnel when advancing upon fortified positions. The body of this is constructed of tempered-steel plates, the front so rounded and tempered that bullets strike the surface at an angle and glance off without doing harm... From Popular Mechanics, November, 1915. When you think of the bomb-cratered, mud-covered battlefields of [...]
May 1953 Here's the shocking truth. The truth about the growing immorality in the United States! I came across this radio ad for a story in the May, 1953, edition of Esquire magazine while putting together this week's Case Closed episode. Maybe the most salacious, certainly the most sensational (it tries really hard anyway), bit of marketing from [...]