‘Tis the season once again to wish your friends and neighbors a Happy Holiday, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year. But you, an exceptionally cheerful type, don’t like to take half measures when it comes to spreading the spirit of the season, which is why you’re considering decking out your Cadillac with boughs of holly or some other festive paraphernalia.
If you are looking for some tips on how to make your vehicle seasonally appropriate, consider this pair of handy suggestions.
Mystic Industries’ Vehicle Costumes
Mystic Industries, which sells products primarily through its Amazon storefront, is well-known for its seasonal vehicle costumes. These include bunny ears for Easter and jack-o-lanterns for Halloween, but there is a much deeper variety of choices for Christmas decorating. Mystic Industries’ offerings include Santa hats, elf ears, reindeer antlers, and snowmen, all of which are weatherproof. It’s advised that you only use them at city speeds, however, so be sure to bring your costume in from the cold before jumping on the highway.
Wreaths For Your Grille
Cadillac’s crest emblem recently got an overhaul, ditching the famous wreath in favor of a larger, bolder badge. If you’re a purist, or a holiday enthusiast, you can restore the natural order by surrounding the emblem of your newer Cadillac with a jolly holiday wreath. Whether undecorated or adorned with lights or securely-fastened baubles, a bushy green wreath may not be the most luxurious accessory for your Cadillac, but it is definitely one of the most festive.
The possibilities for holiday vehicle decorating aren’t limited to these suggestions, nor are they limited to Christmas—you can gussy up your Cadillac for Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Festivus, or just for the heck of it. If you’re choosing to use the Cadillac you bought at Sarant Cadillac to spread joy, be sure to stop in and share the spirit with the team.