My mother claims cars were more recognizable 60 years ago. I analyze decades and disagree (Part 2 – the 1960s))

1969 Cadillac Eldorado

1969, cadillac, eldorado, hood

“Boat prow” hood contouring is defined by a slight “bulge-up” on the hood beginning at full width by the windshield. It then tapers as it runs down the length of the hood until it reaches a narrow point at the front. Blade-like front fenders rise up on each side to frame the edges of the hood and return the luxury land-yacht feel of the 1940s.

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