Cadillac, an American Luxury vehicle, is currently the second oldest American automobile manufacturer behind fellow GM’s Buick make. The company was founded in 1902 by Henry Leland, a master mechanic and entrepreneur. Its original crest is based on a coat of arms that his ancestor, Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, had created 1687.
Cadillac has always aimed for precision engineering and stylish luxury. As an example, it installed shatter-resistant glass in 1926, introduced the ‘turret top,’ all-steel roof on a passenger car, and in 1948, Tailfins were added to body shape. This philosophy has caused its cars to be ranked among the finest in the US.
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The Allante was considered Cadillac’s two-seat luxury roadster, produced from 1987 to 1983.
The De Ville was originally a trim level for this popular sedan and later a model of the Cadillac marque.
The Eldorado name was proposed in 1952 for special show car built to represent Cadillac’s Golden Anniversary.
Fleetwood / Special 60
The Fleetwood/Series 60 name has been used since 1938 and has become synonymous for Cadillac’s Luxury models of the day.
The Series 62 models were produced between years 1940 and 1964.
The Seville was designated a luxury car from May of 1975 – 2004 but also as a smaller-sized, top-of-the-line Cadillac.
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