Cadillac is one of the oldest brands in the automotive world and is at the forefront of luxury car manufacturing in America. That’s why it’s such an important part of American pop culture. It was adored by Elvis, Al Capone, Johnny Cash, Jay Z and, of course, Hollywood. A pink Cadillac is a category for itself. One hundred pink Cadillac’s accompanied Aretha Franklin to her eternal rest; Bruce Springsteen sang about a pink Cadillac; Clint Eastwood starred in a movie of the same name; Elvis’s first Cadillac (out of 100 in all) was pink, and is now kept in the Graceland Museum.
The convertible version was first produced in 1964 and is exactly what we have to offer. 1964 was also the year when the company brought this model to the highest level, introducing special benefits such as an automatic transmission and an air conditioning system to its standard package. This is the car of choice for those who are bold, original and free, as they will be fascinated by its design, color, symbolism, and reputation.