Parade of 298 new and classic Cadillacs roll through Barton, Vermont - the hometown of the brand's founder Henry M. Leland who started Cadillac back in 1902.

A record-breaking parade of 298 Cadillacs, new and old, have gone to the Orleans County Fair in Barton, Vermont to honor Henry M. Leland, founder of the Cadillac brand.

Leland started Cadillac back in 1902 and was a native of Barton, Vermont.

"Cadillac congratulates the residents of Barton and all of the Cadillac owners who participated in the parade for setting the world record in Henry Leland's home town," said Don Butler, vice president of marketing for the Cadillac brand.

The parade included, of course, an iconic Pink Cadillac, within which rode Doug Leland, a descendant of the founder.

Hey, didn't Clint Eastwood make a movie once called Pink Cadillac...which he also directed?

Yes, and we're pretty sure he hates to be reminded of it.

Gallery: Record-setting parade of Cadillacs in Vermont honors brand's founder