Original caption: Now It's Mother-and-Daughter Automobiles. Yonkers, New York: These two cars were featured today at the opening of the International Auto Show at Cross County Center in Yonkers. The bigger car is a $30,000 gold-plated mother-of-pearl, hand-built job, mounted on a standard Cadillac chassis. The fold-away hood is of anodized gold aluminum. The wheel-mountings, headlights, interior trim, windshield, and other accessories are gold-plated. The car was built in Turin and is owned jointly by Harry Birdsall, an advertising man, and Joe Mascari, a contractor. Replica of a 1955 Chevrolet convertible valued at $30.00. The wee driver is Cynthia Dariano, 4, of Mt. Vernon. The girl in the Cadillac is Ursula Spyes, a model. April 26, 1955.
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