"Have Car, Will Travel" (1929)

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Fri Feb 4 02:56:21 UTC 2005

There's also "Have Suitcase, Will Travel," but that appears to be from  about
1955. This one with "car" makes a lot of sense. It was often used in the
_Classified  Ad 21 -- No Title_
New York Times (1857-Current  file). New York, N.Y.: Dec 18, 1929. p. 52 (1
EXECUTIVE, organizer, salesman, 38; fifteen years' experience; large
following; especially salesman; have car; will travel.
     _Appleton Post Crescent _
(http://www.newspaperarchive.com/Viewer.aspx?img=Pf2/SIh9fJOKID/6NLMW2qZQMwvA+r4RRd0RnJZZHKn16pvJDRvJgw==)  Wednesday, April
24, 1929 _Appleton,_
(http://www.newspaperarchive.com/Search.aspx?Search=city:appleton+have+car+and+will+travel+AND)  _Wisconsin_
...local connection.  WILL TRAVEL. HAVE CAR. Address F.5S
PostCrescent.....cement. Haul, yours out of the CAR, If WILL  pay you. One CAR  extra..

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