No, not the CD-6 primary.
The Sayreville Car Show!
Notice the dealer ad in the front license plate bracket. Notice the guy who didn't win in the background.
So let me get this straight. Diane buys a vintage Cadillac from a dealer known for selling fully restored, high quality classic cars. Not a bad idea. The car can be used in parades, etc. A car like that probably sold for about $22K, knowing Frank, the owner of the dealership, and according to Cars of Particular Interest. No big deal. Spare change in the bank account, as Mickey would say.
Taking the car to a show is even a nice touch. Relate to the people, draw them over to look at the car, give them a Gooch button and some literature.
But to enter the car in a competition, against blue collar folk saving and toiling to restore their babies, win the competition and then promote that on your campaign facebook page?
Who is advising Diane?