1954 Chevrolet Station Wagon Makes For One Effective Billboard

Using a vintage Chevrolet station wagon as a billboard is a genius piece of marketing. What could be a more effective method of getting the attention of the masses?

This particular wagon is advertising the Comstock Windmill Festival which is actually a music festival that takes place in the rolling hills of a Nebraska pasture, this year from June 10-12.

The ’54 Chevy wagon was powered by a 6-cylinder 235.5-ci “Blue-Flame” engine and was available as a One-Fifty or Two-Ten Handyman or the Bel Air Townsman:

Rural Nebraska is home to the friendly “finger wave” as well as amber waves of grain, but you’ll need to drive awhile to find the type of waves that will allow you to use that surf board. As we say in Nebraska, “Long time, no sea.”