title New York Post to debut ad on the back of car advertisement article NEW YORK — The New York City-based newspaper that was once synonymous with car ads has decided to go all-in on its own ads with an advertising campaign called “Vintage Car Ads.”
“Vintage cars have been around for as long as people have been traveling,” the paper wrote on its website.
“They’re the ones that keep us entertained.”
The campaign, titled “The Vampyre,” will run through February 15.
The Vampires of New York, a parody magazine that has also done parody ads, said on its Facebook page that it was honored to sponsor the project and would continue to be involved in future car ads.
“Our goal is to tell the story of vintage cars that you don’t see on TV and in print,” the company wrote.
“Vampire will be the first and only magazine to cover vintage cars in its entirety.”
Vampire also announced the opening of a new website, Vintage Car Ads.
According to the website, the project will feature a slew of car ads and will feature commentary from the likes of Tom Cruise, Paul Newman, Mark Wahlberg, and Bill Pullman.
One of the featured car ads will feature the iconic VW Beetle, which was created in the 1950s.
Vampires of NYC said it was also going to run a radio ad, but it is unclear if the ad will air on radio.