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Cadillac, 1930 on Flickr.


Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 30s".
Click image for 1059 x 1500 size.
“Sixteen Cylinders
The Cadillac sixteen-cylinder engine goes far beyond the contemporary conception of brilliant performance. It multiplies power and subdivides it into a continuous flow… constantly at full-volume efficiency… flexible… intantly responsive. This, plus complete individuality in styling, is - in brief - the story of the ‘V-16’
Cadillac Motor Car Company Division of General Motors”

Cadillac, 1930 on Flickr.


Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 30s".

Click image for 1059 x 1500 size.

“Sixteen Cylinders

The Cadillac sixteen-cylinder engine goes far beyond the contemporary conception of brilliant performance. It multiplies power and subdivides it into a continuous flow… constantly at full-volume efficiency… flexible… intantly responsive. This, plus complete individuality in styling, is - in brief - the story of the ‘V-16’

Cadillac Motor Car Company Division of General Motors”

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