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So, this is a General Motors printout for a Cutlass from circa 1970 -- note the muscle car specs, engine 350 V-8 4 barrel carb, pre-70s inflation prices and AM push button radio; at least it has seat belts. My dad had one, it was a blast to drive!
Perhaps an internal font to the pricing computer -- which could have been an IBM mainframe or something bespoke for GM.
Fortunately, there IS a digital match -- no gross differences -- produced in 2005 by Ray Larabie as Linefeed.
General Motors is really one of the very popular and famous Automotive organizations in North America. I has been doing well in the Automobile industry over the years and still going strong. General Motors, Ford Motors, Chrysler etc are some most popular Motor companies in USA. Vehicle Repair and maintenance also very necessary for the improved performance of a vehicle.
Vehicle wrapping, label, signs, banners and Vehicle Graphics Honolulu is fast becoming one of the hottest forms of outdoor advertising with media houses actually buying the space on trailers from companies like Tesco's. Your fleet of vehicles could be earning you more money than you think.
Chainprinter by Ray Larabie (Typodermic) even has the dot matrix look.
I like Letter Gothic.
EDIT: just seen the post date... Nevermind, Linefeed is perfect and this post is useless. Moderator, you can delete this one.