Today marks the 40th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. Over the years, Elvis was inextricably linked to a few cars, but his automotive interests stretched far and wide. Here’s a look at the vehicles he was associated with after he became famous:
They say you can make a smoker out of just about anything. TV food guy Alton Brown has turned clay pots and file cabinets into serviceable smoking devices. The owner of this 1988 Cadillac DeVille took that idea to its logical conclusion.
Depending on your criteria, it could be anything from the dawn of automotive production to today.
May 21 to 27 is National EMS Week. In 1974, President Gerald Ford authorized EMS Week which celebrated Emergency Medical Services practitioners and the critical work they do in our communities.
There aren’t many radiator mascots left these days, thanks to both safety and aerodynamic concerns. But in the golden era of automotive art, car companies from exclusive to common adorned their radiators with mascots that were just as recognized as the brand names they signified. Radiator mascots are a special form of artistry, and they’re […]
Cadillac hits on a new idea that may just bring the brand back from the brink.
In the midst of the fuel crisis, the 1970s game show Let’s Make a Deal was handing out cars by the trailerload. Here’s a look at what was behind doors number 1, 2 and 3.
The backstories of junkyard cars can be interesting, and this bullet-ridden Cadillac Coupe DeVille looks to have a good one.
These two Sevilles show two very different approaches to prestige styling.