|Text on Button||NEW CHEVROLET SIX Queen of the Shows|
Dark blue circular frame with white text over an illustration of an elegant woman.
|Back Paper / Back Info||
GERAGHTY & COMPANY 3035-37 W. LAKE ST. CHICAGO, U.S.A.
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This button was used during the 1930s by Chevrolet to show off their new six-cylinder series of automobiles which they deemed as the "Queen of the Shows." The Chevrolet Six series was heavily promoted, being hailed by the company as being a new and innovative model. The series selling points include its lighter and stronger pistons, sturdier transmissions, as well as prices starting around just $400.00-$500.00. The series was featured in a variety of models, including sedan, club sedan, coach, coupe, and numerous others. The series would later be discontinued in 1937.
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