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Martin missed out on his 1949 Cadillac Series 60 Fleetwood once, so when it was for sale again, he wasn’t going to miss out. But it wasn’t all plain sailing…
Retired from the funeral business, this three-owner superlative Cadillac now enjoys European holidays towing a caravan, but looks in better nick than some cars 40 years younger!
Beloved actor Robbie Coltrane, who sadly passed last Friday, was perhaps best known for his role as Hagrid in the Harry Potter franchise – but he was also a familiar name in the American car scene.
With modern vehicles becoming increasingly homogenised, Evans ponders on the need to preserve 20th century car culture so future generations can appreciate how distinctive it is.
The fame of Cadillac’s late Fifties models eclipses every other era, which is a shame because the cars they built got better and better.
GM’s luxury brand is celebrating 15 years of the V-Series line with two special 2019 Pedestal Edition models
The year 1976 was a significant one for Cadillac – it was the last year for convertibles and the full-size […]
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