Automotive Photography, New York, Photography

Coupe deVille


This is a 1956 Cadillac Coupe deVille. This is when cars really started to get big. Notice the massive amounts of sheet metal and chrome.


This one also was tastefully lettered in gold along with the insignias.


Notice the full width air vent under the windshield for ventilating the interior.


These cars also drove the gas station attendants crazy because the gas filler was accessed by swinging the tail light to one side and the filler was behind it. Also take notice the dual exhaust exits from the bumper something that todays car designers think is a new idea. I hope you enjoy.


32 thoughts on “Coupe deVille

    • You could tie old tires around it like a Tugboat and you wouldn’t have to worry. People would be running to their cars to move them Joan, LOL πŸ™‚ Have a great evening.


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