With thanks to my mother-in-law (yes, really)…..
Perhaps the best way to add value to a Cadillac is to glue money on it. 38,295 US pennies, to be exact.
Cost of modifications: $382.95
Weight added: 200lbs (90kgs)
I do like the sign on the hood 🙂 ……
And in related Yank-Tank news, Cadillac are looking to make a charge on the Australian market again. Not in a hurry, mind you, but still….
Ellinghaus said he saw potential for “almost all cars in the current portfolio”, but said any Australian introduction would start with one or two models and expand from there.
A local launch appears unlikely until closer to the end of the decade at the earliest, however, with the brand still yet to manufacture any of its vehicles in right-hand drive.
“We are of course on the case and want to offer right-hand drive. We have plans underway [but] it’s definitely nothing that will come in the next two or three years for sure.
Caddy tried to come into Australia around 5 years or so ago. They even commandeered Saab Australia’s personnel and re-named them GM Premium Brands. It was over before it started.
I won’t hold my breath, but come on down, Caddy.