A pair of 1947 models from the extreme ends of Cadillac’s immediate postwar lineup
Cadillac’s 1947 lineup was the end of a chapter – one that began in the prewar era. Starting in the 1940s, Cadillac focused its energies. Gone after 1940 were the successful junior-division LaSalles nibbling away at the bottom end of Cadillac’s market share; so, too, the mighty range-topping, if slow-selling, V-16-powered models that were banished to the used-car lots of history.
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