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1937 Broadmoor Cadillac Skyview Touring Car 1:43
1937 Broadmoor Cadillac Skyview Touring Car 1:43 Hand-signed Limited Edition of 9
 
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©2016 Automodello
  • Year: 1937
  • Scale: 1:43
  • Exterior: The Broadmoor Green with Tan Top
  • Marque: Cadillac and GM licensed
  • Dream Disengaged Availability: Sold-Out
  • Features: 9 with removable full-length roof
  • Autograph: Hand-signed by James Cowen, CEO, Automodello
  • Official Release Date: July 11th 2016

The Broadmoor forged an iconic partnership with Cadillac more than 70 years ago. Exclusively with Automodello, The Broadmoor proudly celebrates the renewal of that relationship as Cadillac is once again the Official Vehicle of The Broadmoor.

In May of 1935, Broadmoor founder Spencer Penrose purchased Gray Line Motor Tours and 35 "open and closed vehicles" that were chartered to take guests around the Pikes Peak region. At that time, Gray Line had the largest fleet of Cadillacs in the world. The 1937 Flat Head V-8 Cadillac Touring Car was acquired by Spencer Penrose as part of the hotel's personal limousines for transportation of guests. These beautifully appointed vehicles were always available for guests to view the popular mountain attractions. From 1940 to 1961, Cadillac sedans were exclusively used at The Broadmoor.

The Broadmoor's fully restored 1937 Cadillac was discovered in Arizona in 2013. One of the original Broadmoor 1937 Flat Head V-8's, it even had the original Broadmoor / Gray Line upholstery. The Broadmoor purchased and shipped it back to Colorado Springs where it was returned to pristine condition by a company that specializes in vintage vehicles.

This exact miniature is true in every detail, paying homage to the longstanding relationship between Cadillac and The Broadmoor.


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