Pink Cadillac Coup de Ville – Time I sold this caddy, I never use it except for the occasional fancy dress. It’s the 59 Coup de Ville, the most sought after model. Tax and mot exempt and recently fitted with electronic ignition. Starts and runs well. Grab a bargain or do a swap with your military vehicle.
details from Wikipedia link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cadillac
Postwar Cadillac vehicles innovated many of the styling features that came to be synonymous with the late 1940s and 1950s American automobile. Incorporating many of the ideas of then General Motors styling chief Harley J. Earl, these included tailfins, wraparound windshields, and extensive use of chrome. Tailfins were first added in 1948 and reached their pinnacle in 1959.
On 25 November 1949, Cadillac produced its one-millionth car, a 1950 Coupe de Ville. It also set a new sales mark of 100,000 cars, matched in 1950 and 1951. 1949 also saw the introduction with Buick of the first mass-produced hardtop coupe, a closed-body style without a “B” pillar. Marketed as the Coupe de Ville, it would become one of Cadillac’s most popular models for many years