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Buick Skylark - 1954Details click here
Like many a sequel, the 1954 skylark failed to repeat the impact of its predecessor, the 1953 golden anniversary special convertible that buick misleadingly billed as a sports car. More conventional than the original, the 1954 model had its own virtues, but the novelty had worn off and only 836 were produced. The skylark name would return in 1961 but this time on a compact buick
Buick Skylark 225 - 1960Details click here
Named after its founder, david dunbar buick inventor of the enameled bathtub buick followed the general motors trend in 1959 by exaggerating the tail fins on its cars, but the company went one better by placing fins on the front as well as the rear. For i960, the fins were toned down a bit: like a 59 buick made of soap after a weeks use, one journalist commented.
Cadillac Convertible - 1958Details click here
garish and decadent is what one auto writer calls the 1958 cadillacs, which commemorated gms 50th anniversary year. In their hearts, however, many americans secretly lust for such indulgent products of the age of excess, with lots of size and weight, plenty of chrome and glitz, power and gas to burn.
Cadillac Deville - 1964Details click here
Clean and uncluttered, with a handsome profile that retains just a whisper of the former tailfinmania, the 1964 cadillac still looks contemporary in style. For that year, a convertible joined the four- and six-window sedans and the coupe all of them hardtops in the deville subseries
Cadillac Series 75 - 1946-1948Details click here
When the corleones made their rounds in francis ford coppolas movie the godfather, only a cadillac would do, and it had to be the longest, largest and heaviest one the series 75. The 1946-48 series 75 cadillacs are among the few post-world war ii cars recognized as classics by the classic car club of america.
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