Cadillac: 100 Years of Innovation

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Krause Publications, Nov 6, 2003 - Transportation - 175 pages
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After surpassing Packard, the Cadillac was the preferred luxury car for more than 50 years, reigning supreme among American brands. Capturing the beauty and essence of this great car, this photographic text celebrates the centennial of Cadillac.
 

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About the author (2003)

Angelo Van Bogart has been in love with Cadillacs for most of his life, and bought his first car, a 1955 Coupe de Ville, in 1993. And as an editor on the staff at Old Cars Weekly, he enjoys researching the history of Cadillacs almost as much as he does owning and driving them. In addition to his work with Old Cars Weekly, Van Bogart has had his work published in the Cadillac LaSalle Club International's club publication, The Self Starter. He lives in Waupaca, Wisconsin

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