Spied at low tide: the last full-fendered Cadillac (1947), beautifully styled by the legendary Harley Earl, at La Jolla Shores in San Diego. Very pretty. Very fast for its day. It had a 346 cu. In. flathead V8 that generated 150 hp. Cadillac had introduced the V8 engine as far back as 1914, and 2 years after this would market the first V8 with overhead valves. Here’s the Standard of the World in a scene that’s worthy of it. Why didn’t the guy put the top down? Hot Southern California sun, we’d bet. Artwork is limited to 24 pieces, each accompanied by a numbered C of A signed by the artist.
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