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Cadillac Range appears in the [[Cars]] movie, the [[Cars 2]] movie, [[Cars: The Video Game]] as part of the background of [[Radiator Springs]] and [[Tailfin Pass]], [[Mater-National Championships|Cars: Mater-National Championships]] video game as part of the background of [[Radiator Springs]] and [[Tailfin Pass]], and in [[Cars: Race-O-Rama]] video game as part of the background of [[Radiator Springs]] and [[Tailfin Pass]].
 
Cadillac Range appears in the [[Cars]] movie, the [[Cars 2]] movie, [[Cars: The Video Game]] as part of the background of [[Radiator Springs]] and [[Tailfin Pass]], [[Mater-National Championships|Cars: Mater-National Championships]] video game as part of the background of [[Radiator Springs]] and [[Tailfin Pass]], and in [[Cars: Race-O-Rama]] video game as part of the background of [[Radiator Springs]] and [[Tailfin Pass]].
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The Cadillac Range is inspired by the real Cadillac Ranch, an actual attraction on [[Route 66]].
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*The Cadillac Range is inspired by the real [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cadillac_Ranch Cadillac Ranch], an actual attraction on [[Route 66]].
 
*The tallest peak in Cadillac Range is Mount Fifty-Nine.
 
*The tallest peak in Cadillac Range is Mount Fifty-Nine.
 
*Cadillac Range is a large north-to-south mountain range with many fin-backed jagged peaks.
 
*Cadillac Range is a large north-to-south mountain range with many fin-backed jagged peaks.

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Cadillac Range

Cadillac Range is a mountain range that extends through Carburetor County. Radiator Springs is at the right edge of the range.

History

Cadillac Range appears in the Cars movie, the Cars 2 movie, Cars: The Video Game as part of the background of Radiator Springs and Tailfin Pass, Cars: Mater-National Championships video game as part of the background of Radiator Springs and Tailfin Pass, and in Cars: Race-O-Rama video game as part of the background of Radiator Springs and Tailfin Pass.

Trivia

  • The Cadillac Range is inspired by the real Cadillac Ranch, an actual attraction on Route 66.
  • The tallest peak in Cadillac Range is Mount Fifty-Nine.
  • Cadillac Range is a large north-to-south mountain range with many fin-backed jagged peaks.
  • Where the main road crosses the Cadillac Range is marked "Tailfin Pass 5942" (i.e. feet altitude, = 1.8111 kilometers).

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