Cadillac Beauties Never Die
Kremsmünster, Austria – In its 110 year history, Cadillac built more iconic vehicles than any of its competitors in the luxury car segment. This has once again been impressively demonstrated at the annual Cadillac Big Meet in Kremsmünster, Austria. Over 80 Cadillacs from the nineteen forties to the present day have been put on show and many of them were awarded with prices from a distinguished international jury. Even with this year’s number of cars below it’s record mark of 150 – due to the rather unfavorable weather situation – Kremsmünster ist still regarded as the largest annual Cadillac meeting in Europe. It is open to all Cadillac owners, regardless of age and history of the vehicle. This year, the special focus was on cars from the nineteen seventies, represented by 20 cars from this decade, with the Eldorado convertibles clearly outnumbering other body styles.
Organizer Georg Pfeiffer and moderator Ulla Theussl handed over the trophies in pouring rain this year – but the weather could not dampen the enthusiasm of the participants and the spectators.
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This video was produced by Cadillac Europe for the 2012 Cadillac BIG Meet - © Cadillac Europe