Welcome to the second round of the tour. With a good number of Cadillacs this time, from the early fifties right up to the mid-eighties. The oldest vehicle on display dated back to 1924 and even a saint decided it was a perfect day to check out the event. Let’s roll, starting with a duo of Mopars.
1967 Chrysler Newport two-door hardtop.
1948 Chrysler Windsor four-door sedan.
1978 Chevrolet Impala station wagon.
1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk.
1952 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe deVille.
1964 Cadillac Coupe deVille.
1975 Ford Thunderbird, imported into the Netherlands as a new car. Almost certainly sold by Hessing De Bilt, a major importer of American cars back then.
1970 Mercury Marquis Colony Park, a monster of a station wagon.
Rough around the edges, quite literally, this 1985 Cadillac Seville.
1959 Pontiac Catalina.
1962 Cadillac Series 62 convertible.
1960 Buick LeSabre convertible.
1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V. Low-profile cruising is out of the question, with or without your hat on.
1971 Cadillac Sedan DeVille, another original Dutch survivor.
1950 Chrysler Windsor four-door sedan.
1957 Cadillac Series 62 four-door hardtop.
1974 Lincoln Continental Coupé. Better not mess with this creature, it doesn’t seem to be in an amiable mood.
1965 Chevrolet Impala.
Ah, there’s the saint! More specifically, a 1980 Dodge St. Regis four-door sedan. Or isn’t this what you expected?
1973 Ford F-100 Custom.
And now for something completely different, a 1962 Dodge Dart 330.
The true senior at the show, yet still going strong, this 1924 Ford Model T pickup truck.
1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
Splendid, the Hessing De Bilt badge is still on the trunk lid. A 1975 Ford Granada with its first registration in the Netherlands.
From Belgium, a 1977-1979 Ford LTD II.
There’s a detail I overlooked when I took a picture of the Ford’s interior, but does anyone know when and where that CC Reunion is taking place?
1976 Chevrolet C10 Silverado.
1964 Cadillac DeVille convertible. According to the information I found, the Series 62 convertible promoted to the DeVille line in model year 1964.
1975 Ford Elite.
Simply majestuous, a 1933 Lincoln KB, powered by the mighty 448 c.i. L-Head V12. This must be the seven-passenger sedan with a factory body.
No delicious dinner without a dessert! I think I’ll leave it at that.