The 1949-1956 Cadillacs are among my favorites, beside my 1941 Cabriolet of course.
Our 1954 convertible is one of the most comfortable cross-country cruisers ever. Last year we drove her just over 10,000 miles between mid-March and mid-June, enjoying friends and AACA Meets and Tours along the way from home in New Orleans to Palm Springs and Santa Monica - touring with the Motherlode Region and visiting friends and family in Oregon and Washington - driving the Columbia River Gorge before touring Gettysburg, Minneapolis, and judging at Independence. This year we got a late start but did drive to judge at the AACA Grand National in Greensburg, PA before touring the Cape Cod area. The Caddy sat home while we used the 'Vette to tour Ontario, Canada last week, but will be on the road again for the AACA Founders and Sentimental Tours later this year. Nothing better represents the style, comfort, and elegance
of the mid-1950s in my opinion, than to cruise this beautiful country, top-down, in our 1954 Cadillac convertible.