1960 Cadillac Hearse "Thunder Taker"
A 1960 Cadillac Hearse Street Rod I shot at the O'Reilly Auto Parts World
Of Wheels 2013 in Birmingham, AL...It's called "Thunder Taker" and it is
AWESUM!!!...Make sure you subscribe so that you don't miss any of the other
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1956 Chevrolet Street Rod "Slikn"
A 1956 Chevrolet Street Rod that Joe and Josh Bailey built on there spare
time away from their day job at Alloway's Hot Rod Shop...Time well
spent...This is one nice build and they were nice enough to let me shot the
car on it way to be debuted at Good Guys Nashville 2013..very cool
car...check it out!!...Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any
of the other cool videos I post daily!!
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1962 Corvette Alloway Street Rod
A 1962 Corvette Street Rod built by Alloway's Hot Rod Shop...This is a
iconic Hot Rod it's on several Posters and can be seen at most shows that
Bobby is at...ET Motor Gear even has t-shirts with it on it...very cool
car...Make sure you subscribe so that you don't miss any of the awesum Hot
Rods I shoot.
1956 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
I thought you might like a look at this very impressive 1956 Cadillac
Eldorado Biarritz Convertible. This car has undergone an extensive
frame-off restoration and once you are up close, it's easy to tell. Under
the hood, you will find the numbers matching 365 V8, factory rated at 305
HP. The suspension consists of independent coil springs in the front with
a live rear axle and 4-wheel power drum brakes. Other options include: AM
Radio, Auto-Convertible Top, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Locks,
Power Seats, Power Windows, Leather Interior, and Wide White Walls Tires.
This car is not only highly desirable, but also rare. They made just 2,150
in 1956. The paint, chrome, and interior are in showroom condition. I hope
you find it interesting, thanks for watching!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, MO
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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
1953 Cadillac Convertible Road Test March 1 2013
This 53 Cadillac convertible has been owned by the same family since 1962.
It has been very well preserved and is in gorgeous original condition.
Looks real close at fit and finish and you will agree that this is a
fabulous car! It was not an easy decision for them to decide to part with
the car. Lots of great memories are attached and they feel it is time for a
new chapter for this wonderful Cadillac. I am sure it will be a long time
before another this nice comes along. Remember, this is not a restored car.
1956 Cadillac Coupe de Ville Convertible - For Sale
1956 Cadillac Coupe de Ville Convertible
* Eldorado Engine (rebuilt)
* Odometer shows 31833 (We suspect it went around once based on condition)
* 2 Four Barrel Carborator
* New Brakes
* Runs and starts easily, but could use a tuneup
* Has a little squeak (easily heard in the video) coming from the body. A
little WD40 around the suspected area gets rid of it for a few days, but
needs to be addressed properly. Should be an easy fix.
* Convertible top goes up and down just fine.
* Town & Country "Wonderbar" Radio Works perfectly (including antenna)
Comes with a LOT of additional stuff!!!
* Books including: Cadillac Shop Manual, Cadillac Master Parts for 1956,
Cadillac Service Bulletin, Various pictures, sales brochures, ads (not
shown in video)
* Whole additional set of chrome parts, including the bumper (not shown in
* Additional radio (looks good, but not tested - not shown in video)
* 1956 car record player (looks good, but not tested - seen in trunk on
* New (old stock) Spotlight (specifically for this car, but NOT installed)
Asking price: Call or email: (714) 881-3555 / email@example.com
Location: Northern California
1953 Cadillac video 2 | 2009 Cadillac-LaSalle Classic Car Show Mission Bay
Check out this mint 1953 Cadillac on Mission Bay San Diego at the 2009 San
Diego Cadillac-LaSalle Club car show. The 1953 Cadillac featured the gold
paint job for Cadillacs 50th anniversary year in 1952 and also again in
Check out more classic Cadillac car photos of this 1953 "caddy" on the
SoCal Beaches Magazine website at www.socalbeachmag.net
D'Agostino's Elvis II 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible
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At the 2010 Grand National Roadster Show, I found the John D'Agostino built
Elvis II. It's a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, a rare caddy
indeed. As amazing as the custom is, it took 3rd in its class at GNRS
1924 Scott Squirrel
A few shots of me starting and riding my 3 speed Scott Super Squirrel, a
600cc two stroke twin, water cooled and with telescopic forks. Made in
late 1923 this is a 1924 model but was registered by DVLA as 1925. Pretty
quick for 87 years old.
My 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Seville in HD
My wife shot and edited this video of my 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Seville.
Its an all original low mileage car. More info can be found on
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.
See more cadillac photos and more cars from the La Jolla Motor Car Classic
at the SoCal Beaches Magazine website at www.socalbeachmag.net
1956 Cadillac Coupe de Ville Part 1
This is my 1956 Cadillac Coupe de Ville which I bought back in 2002 from a
collector in Colleyville, TX. He did not have the car for sale, but had
driven it to the Arlington Swap Meet as his transportation as he was
looking for a convertible. I had just arrived at the swap meet and spotted
this car on the outside perimeter and was instantly taken in by its
beauty--'56s have always been my favorite of the '54-'56 generation. The
feature that immediately stood out for me was its original all red leather
interior. I knew this was not the standard interior for a '56 Coupe de
Ville, but was in all likelihood an option. I since learned that this
color, along with about seven other colors, could be ordered as an option
on any body style of closed car. It is essentially the same interior as
would be found as standard equipment in a convertible. The further appeal
of the car was its high level of optional equipment, including sabre wheels
and the two-four-barrel El Dorado engine as well as factory
air-conditioning. It also has first-year availability remote trunk
I obtained a build sheet from the Cadillac Historical Service and learned
that the car was built on January 13, 1956 and was sold about two weeks
later through the P. P. Covert Cadillac dealership in Lee's Summit,
Missouri. Beyond that, I don't have any of its history, but would like to
have if anyone recognizes this car.
The one weak link was the transmission, which I knew before I bought it had
a bad reverse cone. It was overhauled at a transmission shop in my
hometown of Waco, TX in 2002 with 51,000 miles on it. It didn't shift
quite right when cold right from the start, but would smooth out when
warmed up. I didn't want the shop fooling with my car, so decided I could
live with it. Six years and 6,000 miles later, in 2008, the transmission
self-destructed inside. I took it to another shop, in business longer than
the first one and when I got it back it shifted to perfection from the very
first day I had it and has done so since then. The second shop showed me
the parts from the original rebuild and also told me of several things they
had done wrong. They even got the linkage in perfect alignment, something
I had missed with the first overhaul.
The factory AC was not working when I looked at the car. I bought it on
condition that the AC be working and when I picked the car up on Saturday
of Memorial Day weekend 2002, the AC worked perfectly. It still works
perfectly to this day with no addition of freon at all.
I've made one mechanical alteration to the car since I've owned it, but
it's not visible. The standard axle ratio for '56 Cadillacs was 3.07 to 1,
but 3.36 to 1 was standard with the two 4-barrel set-up with no option
possible. I like a higher geared set-up and about a year after buying the
car a NOS 3.07 gear set appeared on eBay. I got it for the amazing price
of $129, had it sent to my mechanic who installed it and filled it with
synthetic lubricant. It has never whined and the motor is noticably less
busy at 60 MPH than with the 3.36 gear set.