Named by Gary (Tormato) of Massachusetts. Gary comments: “I picked up the tomato at an unmanned roadside stand. Three tomatoes for $1. The three tomatoes weighed almost 6 pounds, so it was a bargain. One tomato had a “fin” on it. It looked like the tail end of a late ’50’s Cadillac. The tomatoes are pink. Hence, the name.” Unfortunately, the name was already in use. There is an F1 hybrid ‘Pink Cadillac’. So this can be confusing, as these varieties are not related. Introduced to consumers by Tatiana’s TOMATObase Seeds in 2015. Indeterminate, potato leaf plant produces good yields of 6-16 oz., large, pink, oblate, beefsteak tomatoes. Has very tasty, well-balanced flavors.