We’re sick of sedans. We’re sick of minivans. We’re sick of cars so bland we can’t remember what they look like five minutes after they drive by. In the ’60s, cars had style. They came in colors — real colors like turquoise, bright red and pink, not this forest green or champagne crap we see today. And the best part about them? Why the tail fins, of course! After General Motors started the trend in 1948, fins grew taller each year. The 1959 Cadillac Eldorado holds the record for biggest fin. But all trends must pass, and by the ’70s the futuristic, jetlike fins had largely been phased out of car models. Well, we want them back. The bigger fins the better, we say.