During the summer, the Larz Anderson Auto Museum, in Brookline, MA, hosts a number of themed events. We, Jay and I, have covered many of them in the past and by now we all should be familiar with what’s what; it’s a series of themed car shows: Porsche Day, Miata Day, Mercedes Benz Day, German Car Day, British Car Day, etc.
This year we start off with Cadillac Day!
The turnout was smaller than most shows, but there were many interesting, if rare/obscure cars. Overall it was a mix of the old, the new, and the really old. There were a few one-offs, too, such as the shorty and the longy pictured above. The most interesting car of all wasn’t a Caddy at all, but rather it was a Caddy.
At first glance this looked like someone just put a bug Caddy V8 into the bed of the, uhmm, Caddy. A closer look however, revealed that it’s actually the whole front-end of an Eldorado. Awesome, I’d to hoon that all day, everyday.
The other interesting aspect of the show were the Cadillac owners. Some were some extremely stereotypical, be it owners of mint 1970’s models or the low-rider group, while others, mostly people who owned the 80’s and 90’s cars, were just gosh-darn interesting but in a weird way.
Enjoy the pics.