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Cadillac V-16 Mascot (1930–32): Flowing Goddess

‘Flowing Goddess’ – Cadillac V-16 Mascot (1930–32) – Photo: James W. Howe
‘Flowing Goddess’ – Cadillac V-16 Mascot (1930–32) – Photo: James W. Howe
‘Flowing Goddess’ – Cadillac V-16 Mascot (1930–32) – Photo: Mike Ver Duin
‘Flowing Goddess’ – Cadillac V-16 Mascot (1930–32) – Photo: Mike Ver Duin
‘Flowing Goddess’ – Cadillac Hood Ornament Patent (1930)
‘Flowing Goddess’ – Cadillac Hood Ornament Patent (1930)
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Cadillac went through a number of radiator mascots in the 1930s. It started with the Art Deco heron, but several other auto manufacturers had similar mascots, including Packard’s pelican and Hispano-Suiza’s stork.

For V-16 Cadillacs produced between 1930 and 1932, the manufacturer selected this flowing goddess, which was the work of William Schnell, who received a patent for its design.
Source: boldride.com
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