Cadillac Deville - Dream Cars

Cadillac Deville - Dream Cars Model: Cadillac Deville Displacement cu in (cc): 425 (6964) Power bhp (kW) at RPM: 180 (134) 4000 Max Torque Speed Nm: Redline at RPM: 2000 Top Speed mph (km/h): 111 (180) 0 -- 62.1 mph: 10''

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Chopping the roof of a '46 Cadillac hearse
Time-lapse video of a Cadillac getting chopped. The preparations, cutting and welding were done during one weekend, but the finishing touches and painting took a few weeks on top of that. Sadly the cameras were there only the first weekend and the finishing touches (body soldering, painting etc.) weren't captured on film.





1948 Cadillac Sedanette - "Cadzilla"
The Cadillac Series 1948 Sedanette is, in many ways, the car that best represents the beauty of the Cadillacs' design. With its powerful front grille, perfectly rounded mudguards, a rear-tilt ceiling line, in keeping with the rear ailerons that had been the gigantic "fish tails" in the 1950s. All this causes admiration for its details and His unique style. To this day this model is considered the most beautiful of all the Cadillacs ever produced. More Videos On Custom Cars, Rat Rods, Hot Rods, Trucks, Motorcycles, Concept Cars, Corvettes, Exotic Cars, Strange Cars, Surfing, Musicians & More: https://www.youtube.com/user/cernuto/videos Soundtracks Available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/samuel-cernuto/id1184095390?ign-mpt=uo%3D 4 Also Available at “CD Baby”: https://samuelcernuto.hearnow.com/ On Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/artist/01dnyA6QveS9CyO0XQbzLZ Connect with me here: https://sites.google.com/view/samuelcernuto





Cadillac Deville 1968 Драйв-Тест
http://korobka-peredach.info/article/test-deville - журнальная версия





Ford's response to Cadillac's ELR ad
During the Winter Olympics, Cadillac aired an ad for their new ELR (Cadilac's version of the Chevy Volt hybrid) that some saw as a little pretentious. Ford countered with a version of that ad for their electric Focus that appeals to the rest of us. Well done, Ford.




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