Liberace's 1954 Cadillac

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Liberace's 1954 Cadillac at the 1955 Los Angeles Motorama.Photo from the GT350LADY Collection[1]
Liberace's 1954 Cadillac at the 1955 Los Angeles Motorama.Photo from the GT350LADY Collection[2]
Liberace receiving an award from Motor Trend Magazine for his Cadillac in 1955. The model in the photo is Nancy Russell.

1954 Cadillac owned by Liberace. Most of the restyling featured on Liberace's car was found in the piano-keyboard interior upholstery designed by Sam Barris of Barris Kustoms. The interior was aasembled by Bob Hauser of Carson Top Shop. The black and white Naugahyde keys were individually sewn as were the initial "L" and Liberace's famous candelabra sewn in the back arm panels. Bottom parts of the front and rear seat were covered with parts of the score from his theme song "I'll be seing you". Liberace's car won the interior design award from Motor Trend Magazine in 1954.

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