I'm in Barton, Vermont - population about 2,750 people and 298 Cadillacs. Those cars were enough to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of Cadillacs in a parade (yes, there really was such a record - 102 cars, set in 2002 in The Netherlands).
I arrived here in a 2011 CTS-V courtesy of General Motors and was number 51 in the historic event. There were cars from 1905 and 1909 right up to 2011, and including cars, SUVs, hearses, a flower car and an ambulance. They came from as far away as Georgia, Quebec, Alaska, New Brunswick, South Carolina and Florida.
Why Barton? It's the birthplace of Henry Leland, who founded Cadillac back in 1902. He left the company in 1917 and started a second one, which he called Lincoln. I wonder if I'll be back some day to drive one of those to set a record!