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September 24, 1976 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-24

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CUTLASS

America's most popular mid-size car line.

Sure, styling and value are reasons
why Cutlass was America's best-
selling mid-size car line again in '76.
Another reason is Cutlass' un-
canny ability to satisfy the varying
demands of so many car buyers—
whatever they may be.
The top-of-the-line Cutlass
Brougham, for example, is built
with the luxury-oriented buyer in

mind. It offers the kind of luxury
you can see and feel
and enjoy. Yet it
carries a practical
price. You can even
order a Brougham
Coupe with a
distinctive Hatch
Roof with lift-out
panels that let in sun and air.

If you really love to drive, there's
Cutlass Salon. With re-
clining front seats and
impressive roadability, its
a grand touring experi-
ence ! And you can
choose an automatic or
;I, short-throw 5-speed
overdrive manual shifter
at no extra cost.

1. Cutlass Brougham Coupe. The
luxury you want—in .a practical mid-
size car! 2. Redesigned Cutlass instru-
ment panel. 3. Highly accurate digital
clock with quartz-crystal movement is
now available. 4. Cutlass Brougham's
60/40 divided front seat with dual
controls. It's standard. 5. Cutlass
Brougham Sedan, new for 1977. It's
elegance in action!

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