In 1972 I originally drew and created the images used on the downsized Oldsmobile Toronado and Cadillac Eldorado's introduced in the 1979 model year.
What you are likely to find even more astounding is the fact I originally conceived and drew those designs not at a General Motors design studio, but from within a prison cell.
My circumstances were my drawings were in the right place at the right time and were the right solution to a pressing situation that was imposed upon the industry; the oil embrago and a recession.
However I was in the wrong place with the right idea so General Motors decided to make me an anonymous Designer.
I guess GM figured it would looK bad for advertising to say "Inmate Designs Cadillacs."
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