- The place has turned from a Porsche into a Cadillac.
- At D we have the Cadillac of diamonds: A colorless stone.
- This is the true Cadillac of the railroad!
From the name of the French explorer Antoine de La Mothe Cadillac (1658–1730), who founded the city of Detroit, where the cars are manufactured.
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