Join us as we examine a pair of our vintage finds from the 2014 Greystone Mansion Concours d’Elegance…

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These Cadillacs feature some of our favorite grille work, and this 1939 Cadillac 75 Fleetwood owned by William Klink of Malibu, CA makes us weak in the knees. We can’t forget those curves either. Just all around WOW!

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Cadillac was established in 1902 as a high-end luxury brand and these cars show you why with beautiful coachwork and trim.

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The iconic Cadillac crest was first used in 1905, 3 years after the company was founded. The name Cadillac is from the French explorer who founded Detroit.

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The humpback design is always a show stopper, whether it is on a Cadillac or Chevrolet.

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Another curvy beauty is this 1940 Cadillac 60 Special owned by Rick Zeiger of Beverly Hills, CA.

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The winged goddess is a simple, smooth hood ornament that echoes the form and beauty of these fabulous cars.

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Talk about a first impression. The grille and chrome trim just raise the bar on this car. This is what luxury is all about!

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There’s more to come from Greystone, so don’t go running off now!

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