Started by Terry Boyce, March 03, 2010, 02:35:51 PM
Quote from: Doug Houston #2257 on March 10, 2010, 11:54:42 PMI may have the answer. In the very first brochures for these cars, they were called "short deck sedans". Cadillac quickly changed the brochures to read" Park Avenue sedan".The idea was to make the car easier to park in places like Manhattan.One Cadillac Exec, here in Detroit, claimed that they were never called "shorrt deck" (Cadillac would never use diminutives on themselves), even in the face of a brochure to the contrary. He literlly bellowed that the brochure never existed. You should have known that character!
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