1980s Cars And Trucks TV Commercials Compilation Vol. 1

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Retro Rabbit Ears : If you enjoyed this video I have uploaded a second compilation of car and truck commercials from the 1980's including a number of Mustang commercials. It's available here: https://youtu.be/oa_qGd4HKE4

Zero Cool : That Nissan Pulsar commercial lol.

luisinhoens90 : Lee Iacocca, what a legend in the car industry.

BloomingOnion : Whatever happened to four-wheel steering? It makes sense, why didn't it work? Was it unreliable? Expensive?

Cyber Swiper : Wish I was around to see the 80s it looked like an awesome decade

Showbiz CEC : Maybe it's just me, but what happened to ads like these?! Today they just say an inspiration quote about a car, that barley even relates, over some orchestra music that doesn't explain anything new or cool about the car at all. Also, four wheel steering needs to happen.

Seth Gallup : What the hell, Chevy Sprint had 48 hp

Younas Ali : Nice upload I love the 80's

iSpyCars : No charge ac lol

Nene Valenzuela : 1980s Cars And Trucks TV Commercials Compliation Volume 1 Shown In This Video Are Car And Truck Commercials From The Late 1980s, Roughly 1987 & 1988 Models. 1. 1988 Hyundai Excel Featuring A Maserati 2. 1988 GM Experts Choice Parts 3. 1987 No Charge Days GM 4. 1988 Chevrolet Sprint 48 Horsepower 5. 1988 Chrysler K-Cars 6. 1988 Nissan Pulsar NX 7. 1988 Honda Prelude SI 8. 1988 Jeep Cherokee & Eagle Premier Introduction 9. 1988 Toyota Camry 10. 1988 Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 11. 1988 Chrysler Shadow & Sundance 12. 1988 Dodge Dakota 4x4 13. 1987 Toyota Camry 14. 1988 Toyota 4 Runner. 15. 1987 Toyota Dealers.

on the roofs : Giving me flashbacks of the 80s

Cars : The Toyota Camry corporate chime at 6:47 is the most heart-warming thing I've ever heard.

1p4142136 : @6:45 the dog 🐕 in the commercial already passed away long time ago and this is why Im sad now.

san379 : sad to say.. all these cars are in junkyards and crushed by now... sad... sniff::::

Jason Roman : 1:55 My god Chevy lol

EricLehner : MAGA

Boozike DaSavage : When they used to talk in commercials unlike today fancy dressing and eye contacts

Evilqueen1985 : Eagle was not a new car company. Its what Chrysler changed the name of AMC to when they bought it.

Tropical HD : 0:10 It's Elton John 😎

TALON LEEVON : I miss eagle...zed 24 lol...jeez she talks fast...

paul simons : Chevy sprint??? I seriously thought that was gonna be a mustang commercial....hahaha

Kip Paseo : I wonder how many of those Toyotas in the commercials are still running today? We had a 1989 Camry for over 300K miles and the Lil Mexican I sold it to still drives it around. I saw her the other day in a Sears parking lot

A smile on my face but a Demon inside : god the 80's cars sucked

1vw4me : I NEED that Prelude and 4Runner!!!

wildbill9919 : Where's the Datsun commercials???

Pinkamena Diane Pie : 1980’s superior

Ian Mccullough : I have a 1980 Toyota Camry

Carl M : With the exception of the Jeeps, Honda’s and Toyota’s, which are becoming fewer and further between, one would be hard pressed to find great examples of most of these vehicles, if at all, in today’s automotive landscape!

Chadwicked B : No GPS?..😁

Simon Pylant : Never knew that's how you pronounce Nissan...LMFAO!!

mvideokid : The Jeep/ eagle ad makes me horny

Ian Mccullough : Dude I like the 80s cars 🚗 and I have one

Ian Mccullough : I like the 80s 🚗

Ian Mccullough : This always remind me of them Hess 🚘 in the back round of the toy

shawn dpenha : I had a Z24 in the same burgundy-silver combination - still brings a smile when I think back to those days.

ChevyDude : When they talk about quality, they weren't kidding. In the 80s, vehicles were built better, and lasted longer. Today, cars are made with plastic and cheap foreighn parts that brake easiely. Today, vehicles have way to many recalls unlike back in the 80s, that would be very seldom to hear of any vehicle recalls. The 80s were the good ol' days

Alex Taylor : I was hoping to see more big rwd's out of this. I don't think you can even find Eagle Premiers anymore.

William Scott : Fred Gwynn was the voice of the first commercial

A smile on my face but a Demon inside : im sorry but at 1:50 did they really advertise a car with 48 horse power?????

CUNPHOTOGRAPHY305 : Vim photography

Chris D : I would've liked to drive that honda prelude

771 : god the 80s seem horrible