ALL MOTOR 1995 Cadillac Fleetwood V by CustomCaddys
showing my 1995 cadillac fleetwood after some enhancements. a walk through the Exhaust work including small tube stans headers, Dynomax bullets and a magnaflow muffler. a couple burnouts, racing an LS4 impala SS and a 408ci foxbody Mustang for comparison. my caddy is currently set up for large amounts of Nitrous and does not run best on motor. the track run at the end was a 1.6 60' on radials and stock suspension! she needs more fuel and a better transmission already, but as it sits it will run 11's all motor, through the full catback... making it the world's quickest fleetwood. hopefully i get the Nitrous working good for 2012 and really make this 19 foot car move!!!
My 1989 Cadillac Brougham, 56000 miles, Rolled out from the Arlington GM
factory the 7th of june 1989, had a life in Canada until 2008 when it was
imported to Sweden. Since 2013 it's mine. I am the 4th owner. Lovely car.
1987 cadillac fleetwood w/ ls1 motor the only one in homestead florida!
To make a long story short. 1987 cadillac with a ls1 motor from a 2001 gmc
yukon, i took of the fuel injection. After dropping the motor in the
cadillac i decided to pull out the motor and drop it in another car. I am
going to drop this ls1 on my new project 1987 monte carlo, i am now selling
the fleetwood am asking $800 for just the shell 305-351-6212
1995 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham 5.7 350 Bubble body
Thiss is a very nice car. One of the last ones i uploaded was the same car
in green so i do have 2 the other one has more miles but is lacking a few
of the minor flaws this one has This car only has a bit over 80k original
miles. You will absolutly Love this car with the big ole 5.7 litre 350 you
have pleanty of power.
1956 Ford F-100 Pickup Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vangaurd Motor Sales
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For every hot rod, there is a trend. For every trend, admirers have an
image of "what's hot" burned into their minds. This custom 1956 Ford F-100
is "what's hot"! A classic Ford truck with a 351 Cleveland, custom interior
and an undercarriage that is an engineers dream, what more could you ask
Tilt forward that big yellow hood and get personal with that engine. It's a
351 Windsor SVO block out of the Motorsports catalog. The rotating assembly
is a Scat crank, which was stroked and bored to 406ci. This is one super
high powered motor! Under that gorgeous air cleaner is a Demon 950 carb
with electric choke and vacuum secondaries, and a powder coated Victor Jr.
intake. AFR heads and jet coated headers sit below the polished aluminum
"Outlaw" valve covers. There is a whole MSD setup including a 6A box,
blaster coil and billet distributor. You will also find a new style power
steering pump and alternator. No expense was spared on the build of this
truck. Roush even installed the billet specialties pump and pulley setup on
the front of the motor. There is also a billet timing chain cover and SFI
harmonic balancer up there. To top it off, the firewall is polished
stainless, which acts like a mirror to show off this motor at the car show.
It's just amazing!
Hop inside and check out the velour and leather work. It's impressive! The
gray bench seat is inlayed with a purple velour flame. The same flame
pattern is displayed in the molded door panels. The dash is fitted with
Dolphin gauges and the AM/FM radio. A beautiful Budnik wheel tops the
Ididit column and a Lokar shifter is at your right leg. The windshield and
weather stripping was replaced in 2006.
Drop underneath and check out the well constructed chassis. Out back you
will find brand new aluminized Flowmaster pipes and mufflers, which we just
rebuilt. Instead of the chrome Exhaust
tips coming out in front of the rear tires, it is now out back. The Ford 9"
rear end and nodular center section is being held up by Total Cost
Involved's 4-bar system and coil over shocks, and is putting some serious
power to the ground. The super solid, rust free, frame has an eye-catching
coat of purple paint. There is a new 3" driveshaft with new u-joints
running down the center. The floorboards are in awesome shape, and the
steel running boards have a nice paint job as well. The rockers, body
mounts and frame ties are all in awesome shape. The Dominator C6
transmission has a nice TCI pan and the paint job on the motor and oil pan
is sweet. The Fatman front suspension is based on the Mustang 2, and the boxed frame really
holds down the power. Power rack and pinion steering and SSBC disc brakes
make this truck super fun to drive. Sitting at all four corners are
polished aluminum 5 spoke wheels and BF Goodrich G Force T/A's (2-25-70-15
front, 2-75-60-15 rear). One of my favorite features on this truck is the
battery shut-off switch, which is hidden inside the passenger side fender.
Outside, screaming yellow paint will stun your retinas, and you're going to
love every minute of it. Start up front. The highlight of the truck is
undeniably the hood -- it's a tilt forward, one piece unit, and it's cool.
It makes service a snap and it'll impress the heck out of car show
attendees! Both front and rear bumpers are highly polished stainless steel,
so you never have to worry about them again. The chrome grille is in
excellent shape. Check out that bed, too: the wood is beautifully stained
and maintained, and the chrome inlay shines. There's a lot going on here!
What we have is a cool truck with ample power, a fully finished chassis, a
comfortable interior and a unique look. You gotta like that! Call today! 7
days a week 248-974-9513
1956 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special
Video of my 1956 Cadillac Fleetwood. Options include AC with ducts, power
windows, 6 way power seat, power antenna, power operated foot switch for
the radio(demonstrated in video), power brakes, autronic eye, power
steering, fog lights, gold anodized grille. This car has 44K original
miles and is mostly original. All of the chrome is original and the car
has had one repaint.
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!
1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Review
Since most everyone knows I'm a huge fan of these older GM luxury sedans
(being I just purchased a 1995 buick roadmaster limited) I always try to
film these as well as other B and D bodies whenever I get the chance, to
try and preserve these legendary american sedans through video for
everyones enjoyment :) In this video I give a full in depth review of the
1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham. I take viewers on a close look through
the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing
of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also
show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds
under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give
others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
1962 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 Limo
1962 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine
Can you say potential? Some may not see it but if you have that creative
streak you know this classic has an awesome future. Whether you are
hobbyist looking for a fun garage project or a builder contemplating that
next wild custom this car is perfect. The 1962 Cadillac Fleetwood
Limousine had to have been the ultimate sign of luxury because not only
were you cruising around in a Cadillac, you had a driver. The body on this
classic is very solid and painted and off Black with fine Gold metal flake.
These cars had a lot of stainless trim which you will find all in place
and cleanly mounted. The large front and rear chrome bumpers are also
there and have a good shine. There are a lot of windows on this classic,
all of which is in good condition with a slight tint. All of the exterior
electrical is working properly with the lenses nicely mounted in those cool
classic fins. The car has the fender skirts mounted on both sides in the
rear and can easily be added or removed. It sits on original style wheels
with hubcaps which are wrapped with thin white wall tires.
If you frequent car shows we are sure you have heard the saying "if cars
could talk, the stories they would tell." Well you have to think this
classic Limousine has a very unique story. Most limousines were produced
by outside companies who would cut and stretch cars they bought from
manufacturers. According to our sources these were one of the few cars
actually created in house by GM due to the smaller approximately 2 foot
stretch. After being produced it was sure to have escorted around some
pretty interesting people especially if it was really used at Carswell Air
Force base as we suspect. You can even see footage of similar Limousines
being driven around when JFK himself landed in Fort Worth. Even more
interesting is the bullet hole found in the right rear bumper. We are sure
creative minds could come up with all kinds of stories about this classics
history but with our limited records we will just say it gives it
Roaring to life under the steel hood of this Caddy is a 490 V8 that was
rebuilt 500 miles ago. It may not be decked out with chrome but it still
runs strong. It is backed with an automatic transmission that shifts
smoothly with no issues. The brakes have also just been rebuilt. With a
little cosmetic work here and in the interior this car could be a hit at
every car show. Or if rat rod is more your style hop in and drive it as it
The interior is all the original cloth that is certainly showing its age.
Everything is there though including the original style pull out seats. In
true limousine style it has the driver/passenger partition which still has
the original clock and ashtrays. The dash is all original as well with the
correct style knobs, switches, and gauges. The car has dual front and rear
AC units which are both mounted but need servicing. It came from the
factory with power windows which are still working properly.
If you haven't already called your car buddy to start drawing out ideas for
this classic then you are missing out!
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1990 Cadillac Brougham *Custom Built 6.0 Liter V8 (BurnOut at the end)
1990 Cadillac Brougham. 74,000 total miles and 800 miles on the new Built
engine. Flowmaster Dual Exhaust with
20 inch Polished Aluminum Tips on 3 inch stainless steel Pipes from the
engine to the back tip. Original engine is a 5.7 liter from factory. Fully
rebuilt top and bottom bored out and replaced with high performance pistons
and all high end internals. Finished Product is a custom built 6.0 liter V8
with some Big Mean Ass Ballz!!!!