1954 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible and 1955 Packard Four Hundred Hardtop at the Scarsdale Concours

The picture of this cadi reminds me of someone who is having a good time and all is right with the world. All that glitter belies the fact that the world is on the brink of a third world war. All because Putin prefers to support corruption.

Mind Over Motor

Most cars of the Fifties are celebrated after 1955 or so, with some exceptions.  The 1954 Cadillacs, in my opinion, get a bit overlooked by the elegant 1953 models and the ostentatious, outrageous late Fifties cars, because they’re in that bridge year between the introductory Eldorado, and the Fab Fifties era.  This black one happens to be a very straight and shined-up Series 62 convertible, and in its tuxedo over red combination, it looks great here on the Scarsdale street corner.  Just a few feet away sat this breathtaking soft-yellow 1955 Packard Four Hundred hardtop–a car overlooked because of the famous Packard Caribbean.  Well, I decided not to overlook either of the two, and now, nor will any of you.  Enjoy the photos.

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