Meet Me at the Fair…

Regalia Manufacturing, Fair Supplies, ca. 1931. Somehow, I don’t think the county fair is quite what it used to be. Too bad. The Regalia company put out an impressive, slightly oversized catalog with dozens of ways to promote your fair – posters, pennants, roadside signs, license plate toppers, and the delightful spare-tire cover pictured here… Continue reading Meet Me at the Fair…

Cadillac, Jr.

LaSalle Auto Brochure, 1939 “Gee, our old LaSalle ran great!” warbled Archie Bunker in the theme song of the “All in the Family” TV show. As well it should have – it was built by Cadillac as a slightly-more-affordable car series.  MSRP in 1939: $1800. Value today: $38,000 – $83,000 (And just to make me … Continue reading Cadillac, Jr.