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If this used car commercial were made today, you could probably chalk it up as a YouTube prank of some sort. But, by all accounts, this infamous spot from the ’60s is as real as it gets.

For some reason, the car salesman, identified as Chick Lambert, went on an expletive-laden tirade while pitching cars for the Ralph Williams Bay Shore Chrysler Plymouth car dealership. Apparently, Lambert gained some fame in the 1960s as a pitchman, but man, this sales pitch was one of the wildest things in television history.

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According to some sources , Lambert was fired earlier in the day, but was forced to do one final live spot before he went. No one really knows for sure if this aired, or if it was some sort of outtake. Either way, it’s absolutely hysterical.

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