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It Commands Respect Wherever it Travels! – Cadillac Ads 1960-62

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1961: Frank Kelly Freas, best-known for his science-fiction artwork, created this parody advertisement for Cadillac Jewelry, which was supposed to "let the whole world know you own that fabulous status-symbol."

1961: Frank Kelly Freas, best-known for his science-fiction artwork, created this parody advertisement for Cadillac Jewelry, which was supposed to “let the whole world know you own that fabulous status-symbol.”

 

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  • Roland C.

    Jesus, were roads wider back then? These land yachts would be a nightmare to maneuver in today’s parking lots.

  • Mudgutz

    Fossil fuel was cheap and plentiful back then.

  • Freakanatcha

    The trunks of some of those Caddys were literally larger than some pickup beds today.