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Products include: (1971) Deluxe Attache. With the combination lock. It comes in a 3 inch ultra slim attache, with an expandable folder. And a 5 inch attache that holds what you need for overnight trips. So no matter how much anyone tries to pry into your business, it'll be pretty hard to find out what you're up to. (1971) American Tourister Club Tote Bag. And Flight Pack will do just fine on any size small trip. They're easy to carry and your clothes won't swim around. We make a bag small enough to get everything in. (1976) Carry-Off Luggage. "I'm ready to take off as soon as we land." Richard Kane, Connecticut. (1976) American Tourister Attaches. "I make a good impression before I even open my mouth." Richard Loftin, Washington, DC. (1976) Verylite Luggage. "Now they expect bigger tips." Richard Victor, New York. (1972) American Tourister Ultra-Slim Attache. It is not only designed to stand up, it's designed to stand out from other cases. (1971) Soft-Sided Luggage. Men's one-suiter carry-on. It's available in five sizes. And the strong vinyl sides expand to hold a lot of extra things. (1972) American Tourister Casual Luggage. Our 8 models of luggage come in 4 colors: strawberry, tourist gold, brichwood and bermuda brown. (1964) Bob Hope, world traveler, says, "Luggage is a 'global affair' with me. And from Hollywood to Holland, Nome to New Zealand, American Tourister goes with me." (1963) Fontana of Rome. One of the Continent's foremost fashion authorities. Photographed in Rome, Italy, at the Excelsior Hotel, by Vanda Roberts. (1962) Oleg Cassini, creator of fashion for the famous, says, "American Tourister luggage is a pleasure to see and to carry... truly elegant because it is so logical and purposeful." Flight-tested by American Airlines. (1963) Carven of Paris. One of Europe's foremost fashion authorities. Photographed in Paris, France, by Vanda Roberts. (1963) American Tourister Tri-Taper Luggage. Four beautiful colors: Riviera Blue, Golden White, Resort tan, Mist Gray. Consulting designers: Jon W. Hauser & Assoc. And More!
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