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Cadillac stepped up its game in ’33


Cadillac’s Aerodynamic Coupe debuted at the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair and dazzled automotive designers and the public alike. This unique show car is not known to have survived to the present.

Cadillac’s Aerodynamic Coupe debuted at the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair and dazzled automotive designers and the public alike. This unique show car is not known to have survived to the present.

The “concept car” matured in the 1950s and 1960s as a plethora of special models dotted the auto show landscape. Terms popularly applied prior to that era were “show car” or “special model.” In many cases, the idea was to check the potential sales waters by sticking a little toe-of-an-idea into the auto show pool and measure the temperate result. Did the eager car-buying mercury rise or fall with an innovative design?





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