National Geographic : 1968 Apr
Drive safely. It's also contagious. This is the Coronet 500 wagon that has a two-way tailgate... which makes it as easy to handle people as it is parcels or potted palms. What it also has is plenty of room, deep foam-padded seats, carpets on the floor, great-looking simulated wood-grain side panels that swish clean with a damp rag, a zippy 318-cubic-inch V8 that thrives on regular gas, and a habit of treating passengers luxuriously. a magic window that cleans itself... (Optional, of course.) Touch a button, and your dirty rear window disappears into the door. Press another button, and it is washed, neatly dried, ready to be raised again in seconds. So relax, tune in the stereo, adjust the power seat, set the automatic speed control, and get ready for some of the easiest highway cruising you've ever known. These options and more can make your Coronet 500 wagon just as luxurious as you want it. and a price that lets you put on air. No joke. Coronet 500 is priced just about enough below comparably equipped Impala and Galaxie 500 wagons to let you start thinking about optional Sair conditioning.* Airtemp keeps you cool in summer, warm in winter, and shuts out road noises. (No wonder they call Coronet 500 the welcome wagon.) Another beautiful way to get... *Basedonacomparison of Manufacturers' Suggested RetailPricesineffect January 19,1968.