47 Cadillac S61 Coupe & 57 Cadillac S75 Limo walk around.

47 Cadillac S61 Coupe & 57 Cadillac S75 Limo walk around. Both cars found in barn in Denmark.

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134419 / 1949 Cadillac Series 62
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/nl9w8sf Making a car look different is a pretty simple task. Making a car look more powerful, more elegant, and better proportioned than it did from the factory? That takes a talent, vision, funding, and friends in the right places -- especially when you're starting with something as graceful as a Cadillac. This '49 Series 62 was formerly an OEM restoration purchased in North Carolina after a life on the west coast. Nearly $285,000 later, the car is a one-of-a-kind custom that has already grabbed attention on a national level. This Cadillac has definitely mastered the art of subtlety. The biggest modification is the progressive chopped top which takes 1.5 inches out of the front and 4 inches out of the rear. The new sweeping roofline is a dramatic change but the amount of work involved in that one piece alone merited a 6-page spread in Street Rod Builder. Rod Crafters Inc. out of Welcome, NC did the metal work and, looking around the car today, their talents are certainly on display. Covered in a mile-deep coat of black paint, everything lines up perfectly and makes a long-lasting first impression. The original powerplant has been replaced by a fully rebuilt 425ci V8 that, according to the car's Street Rodder feature, turns out an impressive 405hp. The 1978-era block received some impressive new hardware that includes a set of Maximum Torque Specialties heads, an Edelbrock intake manifold, an Edelbrock 750-cfm carburetor, and a full MSD ignition system. Turn the key and the big V8 comes to life, producing an authoritative rumble through coated Sanderson headers which channel spent gases into a stainless dual Exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers. Behind the 425, a TCI-built TH400 3-speed automatic handles shifting duties with authority while a Ford 9-inch rear with highway-friendly 3.08 gears puts Caddy power to the pavement. Around the drivetrain, the suspension benefits from the addition of a full Fatman sub-frame with tubular control arms and a Fatman 4-link rear suspension. The whole setup rides on an adjustable air-ride aided by power rack-and-pinion steering and Wilwood disc brakes. Stitched together by Chuck Hanna and company at Hot Rod Interiors out of Mooresville, NC this interior blends a modern look with the heavy dosage of luxury that Cadillacs are known for. Finished in leather with crocodile and blond wood accents, this is the definition of upscale. Amenities include power windows, air conditioning, and a touchscreen JVC head unit. Few American brands stand for luxury quite like Cadillac and this custom manages to elevate that trait further than the factory could have ever imagined. With its updated 452ci V8, extensively reworked body, and Chuck Hanna interior that could make a modern Mercedes feel ashamed of itself, this is a serious car a for someone who truly appreciates what went into its creation. If you're ready to put an amazing Cadillac in the garage and a big trophy in the case, call, click or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information!

Hot Tub Cadillac Attempts Land Speed Record
Hot Tub Cadillac Attempts Land Speed Record SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1sHvkD5 Two men have created the world's fastest hot tub by converting a 1969 Cadillac into a real life car pool which can hit 50mph while full of water. Phil Weicker and Duncan Forster have transformed their 1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille into a fully functioning mobile hot tub, which bubbles as they drive. The engineers transformed the vehicle, named The Carpool DeVille, based on a prototype created when they were engineering students at McMaster University, Canada. The team bought the car for $800 and improved its heating, suspension, controls and pool plumbing in a six-year restoration. Videographer / Director: Duncan Forster Producer: Amanda Stringfellow Editor: Kyle Waters FACEBOOK: Like Barcroft Cars - http://on.fb.me/1sZ5NGR TWITTER: Follow @BarcroftCars - http://bit.ly/Zy31LB WEBSITE: For licensing & business enquiries, visit the Barcroft Media site - http://bit.ly/19OYwp

1958 Cadillac Limousine Series 75.
I grew up with limousines. Because of my family's position in Cuba when I was a child, we sometimes were transported to special events and school, mostly in Chrysler Imperials and sometimes a Cadillac Series 75. Years later we had Rolls Royce business we often had Rolls Royce Limousine's and consequently we used them to take our children to school. I am certain that it changed their lives too. When I saw the car presented here it brought back many memories. These were custom built production cars, the availability of including unlimited options was unprecedented. The fit and finish was so far above Cadillacs regular production line that it could be said they were a completely different car. With a wheelbase of 149 inches, space was not compromised neither was comfort, The more common Series 60 with a 133 inch wheelbase is no small car either, but the sum of the differences withe the Series 75 put it into a different real and in my opinion a completely different car. It is easier to mention the shared parts; front fenders,hood and bumper, at the rear, bumper and the trim for the taillights and fins, In between every part was completely different, From the roof and glass to the front seat and partition this was a very special car. If you notice the difference between the Sedan and the Limousine is the partition. I think it is a shame that the manufacturers stop making limousines and gave that business away to the aftermarket. With so many major metro areas have set standards for vehicles that are used as airport Limousines That these days they are all becoming SUV's to meet the interior comfort standards. I wish Chrysler would make a version based on the 300. Model years 1957--1958 Assembly Detroit, Michigan, USA Body style Series 70: 4-door hardtop[ Series 75: 4-door sedan 4-door limousine Layout FR layout Platform Series 75: D-body Engine 365 cu in (6.0 L) OHV V8 Transmission 4-speed Hydramatic automatic Wheelbase Series 70: 126.0 in (3,200 mm) Series 75: 149.7 in (3,802 mm) Length Series 70: 216.3 in (5,494 mm) Series 75: 1957: 236.2 in (5,999 mm) 1958: 237.1 in (6,022 mm) Width Series 70: 78.5 in (1,994 mm) Series 75: 1957: 80.0 in (2,032 mm) 1958: 79.9 in (2,029 mm) Height Series 70: 55.5 in (1,410 mm) Series 75: 1957: 63.7 in (1,618 mm) 1958: 61.6 in (1,565 mm) Curb weight 5,500--5,700 lb (2,500--2,600 kg) Designer(s) Harley Earl

Indiana Classic Car Barn Find
Purchased from an estate. These cars were in a heated garage since new. They had a caretaker that kept the garage heated at all times.