This 1906 Cadillac commercial owned by Rongotea’s Laurie Cocker has been driven from North Cape to Bluff, and will turn out for this Saturday afternoon’s classic Cadillac display on The Square after an appearance at the Coach House Museum in Feilding. Founded in 1902, Cadillac has always been associated with premier automobiles. It was the first volume manufacturer of a fully enclosed car in 1906, the first to integrate electricity for ignition and lighting in 1912, and equipped its vehicles with the first mass-produced automatic transmission in 1941. Whanganui car enthusiast Bob Walker of the NZ Cadillac Car Club has helped organise 25 cars for the 2015 AGM/ Nationals in the River City. He says most of the classic Caddies will drive to Feilding for a display at the Coach House Museum between 11.30am and 2.15pm this Saturday 17, before heading to town for a display in The Square from 2.30pm to 3.15pm. Bob is keen to met with any Cadillac car owners not currently members of the New Zealand Cadillac Car Club, and can be contacted on 027 201 2582 .