1948 Cadillac Sedanette auto appraisal Detroit Michigan http://www.autoappraise.com, 810-694-2008
Jason Phillips from Auto Appraise, Inc. performed a certified auto appraisal on a 1948 Cadillac Sedanette for sale in Detroit Michigan. 3 hour long jacked up inspection conducted with over 200 still pics. Nationwide Group of Certified Auto Appraisers, cars jacked up on site, 150+ pics, videos, essay style reports, auto appraisals. 1948 Cadillac 2 door fastback Sedanette 40,000 survivor miles, 1 Let us know if we can do an inspection for you sometime http://www.autoappraise.com, 800-301-3886
Owner: Billy F. Gibbons.
1942 Cadillac Series 63 Resto rod - 500 Cadillac V8 Air Cond
500c.i. 4BBL Cadillac V8, Automatic w/ O.D, Lincoln Versailles Rear Axle,
P. Steering, P. Brakes, P. Drivers Seat, Classic Instrument Gauges, Dual Exhaust, Vintage Brand Heat & Air
Conditioning, Beautiful Fit, Finish, & Chrome, Tilt Steering Column w/
Vintage Style Steering Wheel, Factory AM Radio w/ AM/FM/CD in Glove Box, P.
Antenna, Factory Steel Wheels & Hubcaps w/ Wide White Radial Tires,
Gorgeous Two-Tone Grey Leather Custom Interior, Power Pull Down Trunk Lid,
Tinted Windows, Looks & Drives Like a New Car! Approx. Only 1,750 Series 63
Sedans were Produced. America's Participation in WWII Curtailed Production
of the 1942 Models Making This a Very Rare Collectable Classic! Over
$80,000 Invested in the Restoration & Build! Absolute Gorgeous Rest-Rod
Version of this Classic Cadillac!!
1975 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine 500 V8
I thought you might like a look at this 1975 Cadillac Fleetwood Limo. It's
powered by the big 500 V8 backed by a turbo 400 automatic transmission. It has
approximately 58,xxx original miles and it's in very nice condition
overall. Definitely plenty of room for the whole family to cruise in this
baby. I hope you find it interesting...thanks for watching!
Chip Foose Reveals Eldorod Last Car Drawn For Boyd Coddington
Chip Foose of Foose Designs unveiled the new and improved Eldorod a 1948
Cadillac that was originally built by Boyd Coddington. The Eldorod was the
first car Chip ever sketched for Boyd and the last car to leave the Boyd's
The vehicle was painted with BASF 90 Line Waterborne paint.
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1948 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible
This 1948 Cadillac Series 62 2 Door Convertible has a 346 cubic inch 2BBL
L-Head 150 H.P. V8 engine, Automatic (Hydramatic) Transmission, Factory
Rear w/ Approx. 3.50 Gear Ratio, Believed to be 77,xxx Actual Miles!!
Factory AM Radio, Airplane Type Gauges, RARE Power Windows & Power Seat!
All New Leather Interior, Power Tan Cloth Convertible Top w/ Boot,
Beautiful Fit, Finish, & Chrome, Appears to have original Floors, Quarters,
& Fenders, Factory Steel Wheels & Hubcaps w/ Wide Whites, Matching Spare,
Fender Skirts, Gorgeous Restoration on this Actual Low Mile Classic! Rides
& Drives Magnificently! First Year of the Famous Cadillac Tail Fin!! Thanks
for watching and commenting, we appreciate it!
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St Charles, Missouri
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
Cab Ride In An Ailing E8A Part 1
SCORE! ! ! My first ever cab ride, and it's in of all things, a Black
Widow painted E-unit! The unit is Arizona Eastern E8A 6070, which as
originally built as Chicago & Northwestern 5029B. On May 2nd., 2010, I
went up to Globe, Arizona to ride the Arizona Eastern's Copper Spike
passenger train which runs from the old Southern Pacific depot in downtown
Globe out to the Apache Gold Casino about six or seven miles southeast of
town. I had arrived too late to catch the first train of the day so I
bought a ticket for the second train and drove out to get video of the
train leaving the casino on its return trip to Globe. I arrived at the
casino at the same time as the train and parked so I could get photos and
videos. After about a half an hour (which was longer than the train was
supposed to stay there), a truck with 2 mechanics pulled up to the unit and
they climbed aboard. Seeing that they had opened up the side door about
midway down the side of the unit, I went in closer to see if I could see
the the units prime movers. As I was there I began talking with one of the
mechanics and he said that the unit's rear engine wasn't able to load.
After discussions between the mechanics and the engineer and the conductor,
it was decided that the second train would be canceled and they would
leave one of the three cars there at the casino and return to Globe to drop
off one car in the consist and return to the casino to pick up the
passengers who detrained there earlier to gamble. Since the engines were
running and I wasn't trying to be a pest in the way, I only heard bits and
pieces of the conversation. As the engineer was returning to the cab I
asked him if I had heard correctly that the second train had been canceled,
which he confrimed was true. He knew that I had already purchased a ticket
for the second train, so when he got back up into the cab, he called down
to me and asked if I wanted to ride back into town with them. My response
was "sure", so I started back towards the train cars to get on board.
That's when he called down to me again and said that he meant in the
engine! 10 seconds later I was up in the cab and we were rolling and I was
rolling video! One of the mechanics was also riding back to town to try to
diagnose the problem which was later found to be a broken electrical
contactor about the size of a pencils eraser.
With the way E-units were designed, they have two V-12 567 series prime
movers onboard with each suppling electrical power to the two traction
motors on thier respective end of the unit. With the rear engine on this
unit not being able to load, that left just the 2 traction motors of the
front truck to do all of the work of moving the train back over the steep
grade to Globe. That is why it was decided to leave one car behind at the
casino and take the others back to Globe and park one before heading back
for the passengers and the other car. Two of the cars are of the
heavyweight era and weigh in the area of 80 tons each with the more modern
Superdome also pushing at least 80 tons also. That's asking a lot of just
two traction motors being fed over a thousand horsepower and nearly as
many amps! So the load was lightened and everything went well.
Just a note: I did not ask the crew about getting a cab ride, I was
invited into the cab for this ride. Also you'll notice that this was over
a year ago. That's because I wanted to have Engineer Earl Knoob's
permission before I posted this video. So I have to thank Earl for his
hospitality in letting me into his "office" and for his permission to show
him at work. Also there are nearly 8 more minutes of this ride that is
shown in part 2, along with Earl and the mechanics trying to troubleshoot
the problem while sitting at the depot. Thanks for watching and reading
this long winded explanation of what happened that day! Please rate this
video so I can have some feedback.