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Cadillac: one of the coolest brands in all of automotive history... certainly my favorite luxury brand hands down. Sure I love BMW and have the utmost respect for Deusenbergs, Bugattis, Packards, Auburns and Pierce Arrows... I even like certain M.B.s and Lincolns but in the end Cadillac is my favorite by a far.

So I thought I'd share some of my favorites through the years:

1928 Cadillac Imperial Cabriolet

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1930 Cadillac V16 (Al Capone's personal armored ride)

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1930 boat tail V16

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1931 one of one tripple red V16

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1931 V16 roadster

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1932 Cadillac Dual Cowl Phaeton V16

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1936 Cadillac Imperial limo V16

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1948 Caddy Ragtop

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1949 Cadillac fast back

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1953 Cadillac in Cuba

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1953

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1953 Eldorado ragtop

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1954

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1957 Sedan Deville

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1958

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1959 Cadillac Coupe Deville in yellow.

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1959 is such a cool year for cars.

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1959 Cadillac Deville flat top (vista roof)

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1959 Cadillac nuf said. I love 4dr hardtops from this era. :wub:

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1961 Cadillac ragtop

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1961 Cadillac Coupe Deville

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1961 Cadillac Sedan Deville

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1961 Cadillac Hearse

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1962 Cadillac Deville ragtop

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more to come later. :)
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Both "1953" and "1953 Eldorado ragtop" are '54s, not that that matters; differences are minimal and all here are beautiful. My favorite post-war that you posted has to be the '58 Series 60 Special (with Sabre Spoke wheels- yummy). Those are stunning in person.
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The Flying Cadillac. Allante: Makes 'SL' stand for 'Sad-Looking'
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Eldorado: Timeless
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The New Looker
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The Look Ahead
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Something old...
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...something new...
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...something borrowed...
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...and something blue.
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user posted image But seriously, the last Eldo was great looking, most Eldos through the years have been. And the Allante was pretty cool as well.
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One point of my life I will own a last gen Eldorado... I really wish they had given it a sight facelift inlines of the last gen Seville but I think it still looks good as it was.
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Yea, No doubt !

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One point of my life I will own a last gen Eldorado...
I really wish they had given it a sight facelift inlines of the last gen Seville but I think it still looks good as it was.

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To think of it, when I was shopping for the Regal...I ran across one that at first looked great... $8k, 1996 with all the new goodies of the last revision of the car, all black, tinted windows, 50k miles... I thought I had hit a dream car...until I realized two things, I didn't fit great (I would have lived with it for a fully loaded ETC)...and the AC was literally non-existant (in addition to a few of the toys not working like the sunroof). In the end the car didn't even make it on my list, but it was a great idea at least.
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