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Edward Cadillac - Print

Edward Cadillac - Print
In 1701, a French nobleman by the name of Le Sieur Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac established a trading post. He called the place Ville d'Etroit . . . Detroit.

Two hundred and sixty years later, as depicted in this 1961 scene, Cadillac is known as "The Standard of the World". At "Edward Cadillac" you can choose - Cadillacs dating back to 1954 on the used car side; or for those who only want factory new-step into the show room. Each discriminating vehicle bears the explorer's name and family crest.

Each image is 18" x 26" and are printed on high quality 22" x 28" acid free stock is limited to an edition of only 950 copies plus 95 artist proofs. Each print is signed and numbered.

  Part # Description UM Price  
Corvette Print. Edward Cadillac
Notes:
PRINTS ARE SHIPPED IN MAILING TUBES FOR PROTECTION. IF CUSTOMER
WANTS PRINTS SHIPPED FLAT, THERE IS A $35 CHARGE PER ORDER FOR
THE NECESSARY SPECIAL PACKAGING.
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