Alexei, Cadillac 1952 convertible, strolling through Havana with elegance
1952 was the year of Cadillac's fiftieth anniversary. Only minor changes of style and ornaments were seen with respect to the 1951 model, but some were specially planned to commemorate the occasion. For example, the V-shaped hood and cover emblems were made of gold-cast pieces. The Series 62 sedan was also characterized by a distinct contour of the upper rear deck. This provided additional luggage space. Backup lights were standard equipment and were now incorporated into the taillights. The wrap-around grid panels were redesigned. Now they had a wide chrome decoration beneath each headlamp with a side shovel style and a golden winged emblem mounted in the center. At the rear, all models adopted a new Cadillac brand name, a dual exhaust system through the bumper. The new standards included automatic winding watches, Hydra-Matic dual-range transmission, improved direction indicators, anti-glare mirrors, four-mouth carburation, hydraulic windows remained as regular equipment in convertibles and Coupe De Villes.
Walking around Havana in this classic is a dream, it is to go back in time and enjoy a paralyzed city with its old buildings and its atmosphere of the 1950s of the last century.
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