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ZOOM IN ON 1952 CHEVY IN SHOW ROOM
CAR SALESMEN TALKING IN OFFICE
CU FOOTPRINTS BEING FORMED ON RUG FROM INVISIBLE MAN
INVISIBLE MAN WANTS SALESMAN TO HELP HIM WITH PURCHASE OF NEW CAR. SALESMEN HELPING INVISIBLE MAN SHOWING HIM INTERIOR OF CAR
CU CAR DOOR HANDLE MOVING
CAR SALESMAN USING SELLING POINTS TO SELL CAR
VARIOUS PARTS OF CHEVROLET LINED OUT OVER REAL CAR, FRAME, FISHER BODY STEEL BODY,
SALESMAN BENDING NEXT TO GRILL ON CAR
OPENS HOOD OF CAR, SHOWING VALVE IN HEAD ENGINE. CU ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM, 4 WAY OILING, ENGINE MOUNTINGS,
SALESMAN OPENS TRUNK OF CAR, SPARE TIRE, LUGGAGE APPEARS, CLOSES TRUNK
SALESMAN USING SELLING POINTS ON CAR
MONTAGE CAR PARTS, UNITIZED KNEE ACTION, POSITIVE DOUBLE ACTING SHOCK ABSORBERS,
CU TIRE ON 1952 CHEVROLET, BRAKE DRUMS, BRAKE LINING,
CU WINDOW OF CAR GOING DOWN BY ITSELF
CU DOOR OPENING, INTERIOR SHOWN. CAR SEAT MOVING BACK & FORTH
POV INSIDE CAR WHILE SALESMAN WALKS AROUND CAR
CU STEERING WHEEL, INSTRUMENT PANEL, UPHOLSTERY,
CU CAR BEING PUT INTO DRIVE FROM PARK, CU GAS PEDAL PUMPING UP & DOWN, BRAKE BEING APPLIED
POV DRIVING IN BACK SEAT OF CAR WITH SPLIT FRONT WINDOW, TESTING POWER GLIDE
POV IN CAR BEING PARKED. CU STEERING COLUMN BEING PUT INTO PARK
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