Truth in Advertising, but Beauty Too?

Someone at JC Penny loves nostalgics. We think. It’s been said that if something happens once it’s an accident, twice and it’s a coincidence, three times and it’s a full-blown trend.

Well, we first noticed this JC Penny’s Father’s Day television commercial featuring a first-generation Honda Accord Sedan on 1stgencivic.org.

Then, while catching up with grandJDM, we saw this print ad linked from Auto Otaku with an E2 Corolla partially obscured by a leggy model.

corolla ad

What’s next, a catalog of muffin tins featuring a KPGC10 Skyline GT-R slammed on Wats? We can only hope.

[Sources: 1stgencivic, Auto Otaku via grandJDM]

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3 Responses to Truth in Advertising, but Beauty Too?

  1. Paul said:

    I like how the model is out of focus but the Corolla is =)

  2. Gavin Doolan said:

    What’s not to love about Nostalgics :). Who can blame them, so many people use the cliche american muscle cars – not that there’s anything wrong with that :).

    I like the old Ke25 Rolla its really grown on me lately. Shame I want to put a rotary in one. Someone stop me :P.

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