How the Parade's floats have evolved over 100 years

The 6abc Dunkin Thanksgiving Day Parade has come a long way in the last century.
No where is that more evident than in the quality of the floats. From nursery rhyme characters on wheels pulled by strings to a 22,500-pound float designed by a Mardi Gras King, known as one of the world's best float builders.

We check out this year's main float, a massive cake for the 100th celebration, plus a look at how floats have changed over time.
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