Nowadays, car companies are focused on efficiency, as less material equals a lower cost to produce which results in higher profit margins. This mentality hasn’t always been the case, and in the past, bigger was almost always better. While European manufacturers began to produce smaller cars for tight European cities and roads in the 1930’s, American companies continued to build large vehicles that felt at home in the vast open spaces and on smooth roads across the United States. The 1957 Cadillac Eldorado is one of the longest cars all time, communicating postwar confidence and new found freedoms of the Interstate Highway System introduced in the 1950’s. Unlike real dinosaurs, these behemoths aren’t extinct just yet, and we invite you to travel back in time to when dinosaurs ruled the roads.