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Afternoon Drive (30 Photos) - Suburban Men
Plenty of men (and women) love cars because of the sense of accomplishment when you complete repairs, modifications, or a restoration, and because of the wonderful community car folks have to offer. The 20th century was dominated by the automobile, and the sense of history one gets from discussing pre-war Deusenbergs, 60s muscle cars, or even the sillier aspects of the 90s import scene, is a joy and makes for one hell of an involving hobby.
Is the Cadillac XLR Getting Better with Age?
Car design is a tricky thing. Go off the deep end and you’ll end up with cubist art on wheels. Style too conservatively and you risk penning a car that looks antiquated at its debut. It’s a delicate balance. The Cadillac XLR landed somewhere in that mix. While some loathe the design and interior materials
Another Old-School Cadillac: the Coupe De Ville
Long and sleek, low and wide, this DTS-based Coupe De Ville marks a return to rear fender skirts covering the rear wheels. A full-length gla...
Cadillac CT-6 and Chevy Impala end dates set at GM's Hamtramck plant
General Motors filed paperwork under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act with Michigan's Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity this
Is this Proof that Cadillac Is Making a Mid-Engined Sports Car? — TopSpeed
A mysterious key fob with a Cadillac badge has buttons that show a mid-engined sports car with a retractable roof Now this isn’t exactly a new topic. Rumors that Cadillac may be planning to build a new sports car on a Corvette platform have been flying around for quite a few years. As you may remember, Cadillac offered such a car in the XLR, a Corvette-based luxury roadster produced from 2003 to 2009. The XLR wasn’t exactly successful though, and Cadillac retired it with only 15,460 units…