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CADILLAC SPEEDSTER 1/24
Transformation of a 1/24 scale 58 Cadillac into a Speedster. A homage to
custom car builder Murray Pfaff.
Rita Hayworth's Special 1953 Cadillac by Carrozzeria Ghia
Ali Khan bought Rita Hayworth this 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe, that was
custom built by Carrozzeria Ghia. There are only two of them in the world.
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1991 Cadillac Brougham 5.7L w/ 28k Miles Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Review
Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube's largest collection of automotive
variety! In today's video, we will take an up close and personal in depth
look at the 1991 Cadillac Brougham. A near factory fresh mint condition
example with only 28k original miles. Not to mention coming with the
optional 5.7L fuel injected V8! During this presentation, we will take a
1st person look at what the vehicle is all about beginning with the start
up, performance data, fuel economy, the occasional track data, and build
quality. Also, I will teach you how to use most of the interior and
exterior features in a detailed fashion, that before, you could only get
from going to a dealership yourself! Throughout the video, I will highlight
key styling and unique differences about the vehicle, any available
options, and of course it would not be an enthusiast car video without the
good ole engine portion with rev and Exhaust note with interior and exterior
perspectives. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a
greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
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134296 / 1970 Cadillac DeVille
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Mixing one of the biggest and smoothest V8s GM ever produced with
mirror-like paint and a spacious, comfortable interior, this classy DeVille
puts a new twist on 'Standard of The World'. And if you've always dreamed
of owning a big American cruiser that's high on style and loaded with
comfort, it's just the opportunity you've been waiting for!
Not completely devoid of character, like so many traditional, frame-off
restorations, this road-ready drop-top is an exhilarating combination of
factory-correct blitz and tasteful glam. Appearing both solemn and
official, its Jet Black paint reflects an excellent shine that literally
glows when crouching under the sun. And that modern two-stage covers what
appears to be clean, mostly original sheetmetal which displays no sign of
botched repairs or historic damage.
Cadillac, once the world's leading proprietor of fine, 16-cylinder motor
coaches, knows a thing or two about performance. For example, this
convertible's correct, 472 cubic inch monster block, which is one of the
largest V8s ever produced, turns stout 10 to 1 compression into a smooth
And while GM Powertrain did provide engines that generated more power, this
mill was designed to idle silently, create instantaneous thrust and emit
merely a whisper from its tailpipe. Judging by the appearance of the car's
satin black bay, it's been on a regular maintenance schedule, benefitting
from periodic, full-scale detailing. Many of the motor's original ancillary
items have been replaced by flashier hardware including: a chrome,
single-snorkel air cleaner, chrome valve covers, a polished radiator
overflow and an HEI distributor that's complete with 8mm Hi Temp wires. And
thanks to two Optima gel cell batteries, the car fires so smoothly you may
not even notice it's running.
Behind that big engine, an original turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed spins a traditional
GM 12-bolt that's complete with smooth 2.98 gears. Speaking of smooth, the
car's long and low suspension, which is augmented with Air Ride
Technologies air bags, glides over almost any imperfection with virtually
no drama. And all that proven hardware rolls on slick Centerline Smoothies
which spin 245/40R20 Firestone Firehawks around detailed Cadillac crests.
If you're a fan of big time comfort, you'll be absolutely thrilled by this
DeVille's custom black interior! The '63 Cadillac front and chopped rear
seats are firm, supple and display virtually no signs of aging. In front of
those half power, half manual seats, a modernist, crack-free dash hangs a
contoured instrument panel between a billet mirror, a modern Pioneer CD
player, controls for the car's Air Ride Technologies suspension and
chrome-trimmed foot pedals. In front of the driver, a custom '59 Cadillac
steering wheel spins a chrome horn ring around a tilting column and simple
chrome gear selector. And behind the passengers, a Dynamat-lined trunk
seals a giant subwoofer behind a Pioneer CD changer, two JL Audio amps, a
small bass tube, a fifth Centerline/Firestone combo and a small, South
County Customs jack.
This DeVille is an extremely high-quality cruiser with no question marks
attached. Don't miss your opportunity to own one of the coolest Caddys on
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CADILLAC DEVILLE 1963 (RAT CADILLAC HISTORY)
EL KABRON" ES UN CADILLAC DEVILLE 1963 Y ES NUESTRO PRIMER PROYECTO COMO
TIENDA, ES UN PROYECTO QUE SE ESTA LLEVANDO ACABO SIN MEDIOS, EN LA CALLE,
Y SIN NINGUN TIPO DE EXPERIENCIA PREVIA EN COCHES AMERICANOS( ALGUN EUROPEO
YA CAYO EN MIS MANOS). PERO NO SOMOS PIONEROS EN NADA, ESTO NO ES MAS QUE
LA ESENCIA DEL KUSTOM Y SIGUIENDO EL CONSEJO QUE ME DIO UNO DE LOS MAS
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CATALOGO, PERO LOS AUTENTICOS AMANTES DEL MOTOR Y LA KUSTOM KULTURE SE LO
HACEN EN CASA Y SI NO TIENEN MEDIOS LOS INVENTAN......
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1964 Cadillac: Big, Black & Blown - /BIG MUSCLE
This is a 1964 Cadillac DeVille drop-top. It's got a blown 468 cubic-inch
big block, 600 plus horsepower, and if you
haven't figured it out by now, it's a friggin' carnival ride on four
wheels. I stumbled upon this amazing machine while walking through a car
show in Alameda, CA and after speaking with owner Ron Dean, I knew it was
something that had to be featured on BIG MUSCLE. Stretching 20-feet in
length and having a personality that simply can't be ignored, this old
DeVille not only kicks sand in the face of other hot-rods, but does so
while maintaining all the comfort and class that vintage Cadillac's are
Cadillac LeMans to Porsche 928 4 Door: Pebble Beach Concours 2012 Day Three Behind the Scenes
Cadillac LeMans to Porsche 928 4 Door: Pebble Beach Concours 2012 Day Three
Behind the Scenes. Surprise! Pebble Beach is more than just classic cars!
MotoMan explores the Peter Hay Hill - a virtual new car showroom on a golf
course and finds a couple of special concepts cars including the 1954
Cadillac LeMans and 1991 Porsche 928 Four Door. Each day MotoMan will
premiere a behind the scenes video from Pebble Beach Concours 2012.
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Lovely Weird Forgotten Supercars
Argyll GT: When Bob Henderson set out to create a Scottish 200mph supercar
in 1974, he didn't bank on the oil crisis scuppering his plans quite so
quickly. It would be 1977 before the project got going and 1984 by the time
the first customer cars were ready for delivery. But by then, the planned
twin-turbo V8 had been downgraded to a
blown 2664cc V6 and potential customers had lost interest in the project.
Bitter Tasco: Bitter is best known for his rebodied Opels, such as the SC,
but occasionally he also came up with the odd off-the-wall project such as
the Tasco. Built in conjunction with MGA Developments, the Tasco was
presented at the 1991 Frankfurt motor show. Designed to take a V8 or V12 -
although the Viper's V10 was favourite - the Tasco never even progressed
beyond the full-sized mock-up stage.
Dome Zero: When the wraps were taken off the Dome Zero at the 1978 Geneva
motor show, there were some sharp intakes of breath. How could a Japanese
outfit produce something so far out? Crazier than a Countach, the Zero was
amazing, but its maker couldn't afford to put it through Japanese
homologation tests. It wouldn't have been that quick anyway; the 2.8-litre
straight-six offered just 145bhp - but what a looker.
Gigliato Aerosa: Although Gigliato was a Japanese concern, its plan was to
base itself in the UK and to become a serious rival to the established
Italian design houses. That was back in 1994, when its rather attractive
Aerosa was unveiled, powered by a Ford-sourced 3-litre V6. With a bit of
tickling, a reliable 300bhp could be coaxed from this powerplant - but it
was all academic, as by 1995 the project was history.
Isdera Commendatore 112i: Four years after development started, in 1993 the
first Isdera Commendatore 112i was supposedly ready for delivery to its
owner. Then in 1999 the car resurfaced again - only to disappear just as
quickly. Priced at £500,000, the 112i packed a 414bhp 6-litre Merc V12 to
give 210mph and 0-60mph in 4.3 seconds, plus height-adjustable suspension
and wipers from Germany's 220mph inter-city trains.
Jiotto Caspita: When Jiotto unveiled the Caspita in 1989, it claimed this
was a car which would see a return to people driving to a race track,
competing, then driving home again, all in the same car. At first there was
a detuned Formula One V12 powerplant, but in 1990 a Judd V10 unit was
fitted instead, either unit supposedly capable of giving over 200mph. But
no customer cars were ever delivered...
Kodiak F1: In 1987, Mladen Mitrovic unveiled a supercar that would
supposedly be the equal of anything to come out of, well, anywhere. With
its 320bhp 5.4-litre Chevrolet V8, the F1 was inspired by Mercedes'
gull-winged C-111; it was claimed to be capable of sitting at 170mph all
day, with absolute reliability. Later cars would get a 5.6-litre Merc V8 -
except there weren't any later cars.
Monteverdi Hai: When it comes to exclusive supercars, few are rarer than
the Monteverdi Hai. Just two were built, the cars designed by Peter
Monteverdi himself - despite no formal training. Power came from a 7-litre
Chrysler Hemi V8, tuned to give 450bhp and 180mph. With air-con, leather
trim and power everything, this was one luxurious supercar - but build
quality wasn't up to scratch and the car disappeared.
Nissan R390: The R390 came about because Nissan was desperate to win the Le
Mans 24 Hours. When the project started, just one Japanese car had ever won
the race (a Mazda); to qualify, Nissan would have to build a single road
car. The cars never won Le Mans, but two road-going R390s were produced,
each powered by a twin-turbo 3.5-litre
V8 that churned out a useful 641bhp to give 220mph.
Panther Six: In the late 1970s, there was a poster of this mad hypercar on
every schoolboy's wall. With its six-wheel layout and twin-turbo 8.2-litre Cadillac V8 hung out the back, it
was one crazy monster of a car. Just two were built, each one supposedly
capable of 200mph, although nobody ever got to verify this of course. If
you fancy a Six, the second one built is currently for sale. It's not
1957 Cadillac Custom Street Rod Nationals 2013
A 1957 Cadillac Custom I shot at the Street Rod Nationals 2013....I don't
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1960 Cadillac Coupe DeVille Rat update and the '60 DeVille parts/project
My flat black '60 DeVille is a running and driving project. 390 V8 and four
speed auto. All it needs now is to have the interior put back together and
the floors patched. This car sat in a Garage for 30 years before we got it.
This car is amazingly solid!
The blue Caddy sat behind a body shop for almost 40 years where it was
abandoned. The car was supposedly in very nice condition when it was
parked. It was brought in to have the engine taken out and detailed.