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Topic - David Urgo
More than 40 years have passed since the rear fenders of any Cadillac had fins, but David Urgo, a free-lance video editor and graphic designer for television, remains hooked on them.
Mr. Urgo reports that the Cadillac left the factory wearing a blue convertible top over a white body.
'Every place we go is a car show,' Mr. Urgo says about the attention given to the car.