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  • CadillacDebutante@1950Web221.jpg
    Cadillac exhibited the one-of-a-kind Debutante convertible at the 1950 Chicago Auto Show, which was the first major show in the U. S. since World War II. General Motors announced that the $35,000 Debutante was "the most luxurious car ever built by Cadillac." The exterior was painted Canary Yellow, and its six-passenger cabin upholstered in leopard skins, including floor, seats, and portions of the door panels. Interior fittings included 24-karat gold plated instrument panel, bezels and knobs.