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If you’re nostalgic for the 1980s and looking for a way to reach back to another era, you might want to consider the Pick of the Day:
Before the CTS Sport Wagon, Cadillac station wagons were a rare breed, unless you count the classic ambulances that brought you to the hospital.
Offered without reserve from the Tammy Allen Collection, this 1939 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 touring sedan is one of just 638 produced for the ’39 model year.
Offered at Barrett-Jackson’s Palm Beach auction at no reserve is Lot 388, a custom 1960 Cadillac limousine known as the “Thundertaker.”
The Pick of the Day is a nice-looking Chevy compact with a small-block V8
Hopefully, the fifth owner will keep and drive this GT after it crosses the auction block on May 18
Sport coupe running risk of being outpaced by rivals’ more affordable and advanced models
Cadillacs and Packards specially built for and used by popes, royalty, presidents and dictators will appear on the show field
Classic likely hasn’t been driven since the late 1950s