Lewis Carroll followed his unprecedented Alice in Wonderland with the equally provocative Through the Looking-Glass in 1871. The innovative Looking-Glass allegory presented the state of English society in reflection as seen through mirrors.
I was recently at a “Boys of Summer” Ol’ Skool Rodz kind of show that combined great cars, rockabilly music, and sweet Betties at a triple decker burger drive-in. Checking out the metal artistry, I could not help but notice over twenty classic custom Cadillacs gracing the lot. The iconic Cadillac parade ranged from the early Caddys of the ‘30s, the post-WWII classic gems of the late ‘40s, and into and throughout the Golden Daz of the finned and winged ‘50s and ‘60s.
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