A vintage car renting company in California has been selling postcards that warn the future is bright for vintage cars.
The Postcards of the Future, an initiative of the California Automobile Club, says the Postcards will be “a permanent reminder of how important vintage cars were for our society in the late 1960s and early 1970s.”
It will also feature a postcard of a classic automobile, a vintage bike, and a vintage sign.
The postcards, which will be sold on November 11, will include vintage car advertisements, vintage motorcycles, vintage television shows, vintage music videos, vintage fashion, and more.
They’re designed to remind people of the importance of vintage cars, and it’s a great way to introduce the cars to younger people.
The original postcards were sent to people from across the country by the postcards company, and they’ve been used as a kind of reminder to help younger generations understand the history of the car.
The cards are available in a range of sizes, including large posters, and are available for $20 to $30 each.
The car rental company told The Verge they started out by sending the postcard to people with no car in their names and had to figure out a way to sell it to people who didn’t have cars in their name.
The company says it was inspired by the popular postcard company, Postcards Unlimited, which is based in California.
The idea came about after a friend suggested a post card for an upcoming trip to San Francisco, where the company was located.
The friend wanted a car to show off and they thought about what a car postcard would look like.
“We thought it would be pretty cool to create a postcards postcard,” the company wrote in a statement.
“What we came up with was the Postcard of the Century, and that’s exactly what we did.”
The company has used the idea to raise money to make the cards available to anyone who wants one.
The project was first reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, but the company says that the cards will soon be sold to a number of other groups around the country.
The first Postcards in California, which were sent in August 2018, sold out in 24 hours.
The store in California City is also selling them.
“Postcards Unlimited has been able to reach out to hundreds of people via our Facebook and Twitter channels and we’re grateful for all the positive feedback,” the Post Cards of the Tomorrow postcard seller, Andrew L. Schaffer, told The Mercury News.
The Post Cards will be available for purchase at postcardsofthefuture.com, which has raised $11,000 on Kickstarter, the company said. “
There’s a real desire for this to continue to grow and grow.”
The Post Cards will be available for purchase at postcardsofthefuture.com, which has raised $11,000 on Kickstarter, the company said.
The website states that it’s intended to “reach out to a wide array of people from all walks of life.”