This distinctly weird ad compares car tires whose warranty period has expired to young ladies in the flower of youth. Here's the pitch:
When a Kelly-Springfield Tire has passed its guarantee mark, it has merely become of age. Its life is nearly all before it.
The pretty-girl graphic bears a simulated signature: "Yours Truly / Lotta Miles." In a detail I didn't notice until a minute ago, the top inner rim of the tire reads "KELLY-SPRINGFIELD / KANT-SLIP TREAD," with the K, S, and hyphen shared between KELLY-SPRINGFIELD and KANT-SLIP.
Until I find something else that's equally odd (or until I get bored), this image will reign as Picture of the Moment.