Red tail fins and dual bullet tail lights on a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Seville makes it a unique and highly sought after vehicle. Designed by Harley Earl to resemble the wings of a WWII fighter plane this car design epitomized the 1950s.
In 1893, John M. Mack and his brother Agusta F. Mack bought the carriage and wagon company John worked for in Brooklyn, New York. In 1922 the company name changed to Mack Truck and the bulldog became their corporate symbol. By 1932, the bulldog started to 'travel' on the hoods of Mack Trucks.