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A Cadillac logo is seen at the Paris Motor Show on Sept. 28, 2012, in Paris. (Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images/Thinkstock file)

Paint it to last another 100 years: Ontario shop gives new coat to 1915 Cadillac

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Don’t get “orange peel” on this one.

Port Elgin, Canada-based Maurer’s Collision got a chance to repaint a 1915 Cadillac owned by a collector, according to a feature on the Shoreline Beacon’s website.

New employee Joe McCully painted the car with a nice-looking green coat. The owner plans for it to appear in the Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

The 1915s were the first Cadillacs to have V-8s, a big jump up from previous production years, which had V-4s.

See a photo and read more about it on the Beacon’s site.

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