This is a picture of a huge ceramic tile mural on a pretty nondescript building, in the middle of a pretty nondescript street. It's about five feet high and eight feet wide. It blew my socks off.

You can see the full image by clicking on it.

If you look closely, you can make out the words,
Automóviles de 6 Cilindros

The question is: why would they have paid to have this done in ceramic tiles? Kinda permanent, yes? Seems that they were planning to sell this style of cars forever. No wonder Studebaker didn't make it as a car manufacturer.