Daily reminder that personal automobile usage is a massive waste, and should be curtailed as soon as possible in a communist society. Living quarters and cities must be planned according to the proletariat, free from capitalist subversion where one is coerced to operate an automobile to go about daily tasks. Even hypercapitalist nations such as South Korea and Japan could devise an efficient public transport system and cities accordingly.
Cord in Harlem, 1936. The Cord was a luxury car made in Indiana from 1929-32 and from 1936-37. It included features that were decades ahead of its time, including front-wheel drive, a supercharged V-8 engine, chrome-plated side-exhaust pipes, hidden headlights, and a disappearing convertible top.
Photo: John Gutmann via johngutmann.org