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Classic Pepsi-Cola Advertising Ads From the 1940's 1950's 1960's & 70's

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The slogans, ads, and trademarks are property of the Pepsi company. These ads are displayed here only for reference and your enjoyment. If you have other classic photos of Pepsi ads please feel free to contact me and I will include them here. Just click below to view photos and information on the advertisement of your choice.

Soda Pop advertising has always been and continues to be very competitve. Soda pop and vintage advertising are now a highly sought after collectable. Remember that reproductions abound and are worth only a fraction of the price of an original.

Ads From 1947 "Light Refreshment"

Ads From 1949 "Why Take Less?"

Ads From Unknown Year "The Sociables Prefer Pepsi"

Ads From 1950's "Forever Smart, Young At Heart"

Ads From 1950 Pete & Pepsi The Cola Cops

Ads From 1951

Ads From 1953

Ads From 1955


Ads From 1957 "Light Refreshment"

Ads From 1958 "Light Refreshment"

Ads From 1959 "Light Refreshment"

Ads From 1960 "The Sociables Prefer Pepsi"

Ads From 1961 Drink A Pepsi At The Hospital

Ads From 1961 "For Those Who Think Young"

Ads From 1963 "For Those Who Think Young"

Ads From 1964 "For Those Who Think Young"

Ads From 1965 "You're In The Pepsi Generation!"

Ads From 1968 "Taste The Beats Others Cold"

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