In the world of antique and vintage goods the term Automobilia covers all those items having to do with cars and their operation. Toy cars are often found in this category of collecting as a cross over from toys especially those intended for the adult collector market .


Other examples include Owners manuals, dealership sales brochures, Manufacturers promotional items, Automobile art, clothing and hats, stickers, patches and all sorts of accessories.


12 thoughts on “Automobilia

  1. First off I see that you like old signs, try linking to:

    the link opens at 2:00 PM Eastern every Wednesday.

    All of this Automobilia stuff can be quite additive. It’s sad that Pontiac is now only several chapters in history. Thanks for sharing at Tuesday’s Treasures this week and I hope that you will return with more treasures from the past in the future.

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    1. Thanks Tom, I will check out “Signs” later this afternoon and will definitely return to post in Treasures!
      I agree about Pontiac and many more makes becoming a footnote in history, I guess that is called progress.
      I had a ’65 Valiant Wagon for a few years…it was a pile of little issues every week but I loved it!
      I had to carry an extra voltage regulator in the glove box they went out so often!


  2. Wonderful little car…. my husband would like to drive one nowadays

    Have a nice abc-day / week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)


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