"So luxurious inside, watch 'em overguess the price," this copy reads.
It's not clear what this tied-up woman has to do with the car.
"Nobody's Pussycat." The car or the woman?
This Chevy Vega ad takes a more wholesome angle.
Are the men in the barbershop coming out to look at the car or the girl driving it?
This Coronet comes with not one but two beautiful girls.
This car is so hot, bikini-clad women will park right next to it to read and roll around nearby.
Where is the car?
Silly wives. Always crashing the car.
The "different breed of cat" slogan makes an appearance in this Jaguar ad.
The Thunderbird sends a more innocent, virginal message.
The Mustang is for those women who do all the shopping.
References to a three-way will give men "Dodge fever."
Pontiac even comes with an all-American gal, who is pretty covered up by today's standards.
The women will just flock to your car.
"If you want to learn about Wide-Tracking in a hurry, GTO is a great teacher," this Pontiac ad reads. Not sure what "wide-tracking" is, but this young woman looks eager to teach something.
No copy needed. Just a pretty girl on the hood.
Again, the "different breed of cat" slogan.
What are we waiting for, again?
This 1967 Oldsmobile ad is targeting women who love nothing more than mink!
Another Jaguar ad alludes to women.
You know those spirited women. They really just want to be tamed.
You get the idea, don't you?
Those are some short cutoff shorts the driver is sporting to pick up some ice cream.
I could see Don and his team writing this headline as a dig to Jaguar.