A regular feature here on The Daily Driver Project is the “Street Spot.” We love seeing vintage cars as daily drivers, out on the streets where they belong. When we see a vintage car worth sharing, we’ll post it as a Street Spot. Sometimes it will be a beauty, sometimes it will be a beater, but then again – even the beater cars are beautiful to us!

Check out this FINtastic find in the form of a 1960s Cadillac we found in a parking lot in Pomona. It commands attention either parked as we found it or rolling down the road where we love to see them.

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  1. Tre Deuce

    My first car was a 48′ Cadillac 62-series convertible in Tan on Maroon, with Maroon leather interior, last of the Flathead V-8s and top quality trim and finish. Cadillac’s trim and finish diminished slightly after 48.

    My next Cadillac was a 54′ 2-dr hdtp, a Coupe de Ville in white on green, with and interior to match. An Eldorado manifold and carbs with a ‘3/4′ cam gave it some serious scoot, for the day holding its own against the hot new small blocks..

    Next up was 41′ 62-series 4-dr sedan. Great car that I would take anywhere, even across the country and still would today.

    Much later, a 57′ 62-series Cadillac convertible Black on White, with a Black leather interior, became my party car.

    It has been a while now since I have owned a Caddy and the fins are gone, but a new ATS-V Coupe will probably be my next one. It will sit in the garage next to my 27′ Ford roadster powered by a 39’ Cad/Lasalle Flathead engine.

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      • Tre Deuce

        And a whole lot of fun, Wes.

        I have stories for all of them, one of them involves Halloween, two Gorilla suits, and a tall beautiful blonde in a Super girl outfit with a whip… Fun times, indeed.

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