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    Posted: Jan/22/2008 at 1:46pm
How about scans and pics of 'stuff' from dealerships? I'll start with this business card. I always thought it was a good looking card, and a full color business card on glossy stock in late 70's couldn't have been too cheap!


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1971 Hornet SC/360 4-speed
1971 Javelin SST 401 4-speed
1972 Gremlin 304 Auto
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All right! I live for this kind of stuff! Tongue  A sticker from where I worked (hard to scan because it's foil):
 
 
And a sticker I removed from a Rambler in the boneyard about 25 years ago:
 
 
Some oil change stickers from the same place:
 
 
The back end of my '77 (I need to find another one of these):
 
 
Where my parents bought their Sportabout and Gremlin:
 
 
And speaking of keychains, I already found and photographed this place for the Lost Dealership Project:
 

69 AMX, 71 SC/360, 77 Levi's AMX, 65 Studebaker
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I've got a perfect baby blue womans comb with bobbi pins at the top.  It's got "KING MOTORS  Next time try a Rambler" printed on the top.  Also have two NOS dealer stickers from Mark Birdnow AMC-Jeep Inc. Oelwein, Iowa.  One is white letters on a gold background, the other is black over gold.  I tried to post a picture but, I may as well try DYI brain surgery.
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Shoot me the photos via email..........
Black and gold - I wonder.........
I'll have to see if I have any of the keychains I got when I bought my AMX.
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 I got pictures of the dealer sticker, leather key chain holder, and owner's manual with Mr. Parker's signature from Rowell/Parker- dealership (60's) in Hot Springs Ar. shown in Memmbers Progects: 1965 Rambler Classic 550.
65 Rambler Classic 550 & 660
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AMC dealership Welcome and Thank-You Mats:


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1971 Hornet SC/360 4-speed
1971 Javelin SST 401 4-speed
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a few pics of dealership signs:



Spirit Intro Window Acetate sheets



Gucci Sportabout window poster


82 poster and promo license plates



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From my dad's dealership (Royal Rambler/Attleboro Ma.) around 1959 a very nicely made roulette wheel and an ice scraper/coin saver.
 
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Edited by ArnieG - Feb/16/2008 at 12:35pm
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1970 AMX frost white/shadow mask
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Hi, I'm curious how you got those Mark Birdnow dealer stickers? I have a lot of memorabilia from my store:
Hi, My name is Mark Birdnow. I was the AMC-Jeep dealer in Oelwein Iowa for about five years until it closed in the early 80's. I did write a cover story for the AMO magazine (Jan/Feb) 2004 issue about how I became the youngest AMC dealer in the country.
I have quite a few documents from that time, including my original franchise papers, etc.
I am still an active auto dealer. I have a multi line dealership still in Oelwein Iowa. www.birdnow.com is our website.
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You sold me a box of catalogs many years back and they were in the bottom of the box along with price books from the early and mid 70's.  Also had some salesman buttons that say "Pacer Lover" etc.  Agter I posted the first time I went back to look at the dealer stickers.  They are not printed on a gold back ground.  They are printed on a clear sticker.
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