We "Old Timers" remember when we could recognize and name every auto that drove passed, or was parked along the curb, or in a parking lot. For me personally, I have lost the ability to recognize the autos of today. They all look alike, and there are so many of them! Gone are the days when Plymouth, Dodge, De Soto, Chrysler, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick, Cadillac, Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury dominated the scene, not to mention the "underdogs" of the era, Hudson, Nash and Studebaker. That '41 Chevy above, along with the equally economical '41 Ford, and Plymouth, were the "common working man's car." Some of our more affluent citizens moved a step up the ladder to the next and more expensive models. they were years of glory in the U.S. auto industry and I will never forget them, nor will my contemporaries!
INCIDENTALLY, THAT BEAUTIFUL CHEVY ILLUSTRATED ABOVE WAS AVAILABLE AT
GILBERT & MOTT CHEVROLET ON PRINCETON AVENUE IN TRENTON, ANDAT SOUTH BROAD CHEVROLET WHICH WOULD MORPH INTO HAMILTON TOWNSHIP'S RENOWNED BONDERCHUK CHEVROLET.