1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille Dual Exhaust sound 472ci 7.7 liter
We found this car rusting away on the side of the road last summer and bought it, added the dual Exhaust with flowmaster 40series street and strip. The car has been in a renovation during the winter and is near completion. The recording was from last summer of the sound of the engine and Exhaust pipes.
500ci cadillac cruzing wit the cutouts open
runnin the caddy cold
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a work in progress new transmission drive shaft perfomce intake manifold
intake ,cam shaft engine interior suspenchion almost done
1970 Cadillac Coupe DeVille Drag Racing
Drag Racing RaceLegal.com 6-24-2011 check out this 1970 cadillac coupe
Deville white with black vinyl top. With a 472 ci V8 ran a 10.81 at 66.86
1/8 mile. Good to see one these drag racing and not in a demolition derby
style event. They sure look good all clean. He had to take off the hub caps
in order to race.
Check out the one tire burn out. cadillac a very fast volkswagen rabbit too
bad he had a red light.
Caddy 500 cid 8.2L dyno results
Took my 500 cid caddy motor to a Dyno shop and had it broken in
and Dyno'd. Best run
was 492hp @ 5000 RPM and 572f/lb @ 4000 RPM. The crazy thing to me is that
it makes 490 f/lb @ 2500 RPM.
132397 / 1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille
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A few months ago, we had a real run on some spectacular 1960s luxury cars,
and we discovered that they're virtually impossible to keep in stock these
days. This 1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille is one of the nicest we've ever
presented, showing just 37,998 original miles. The paint is original, that
gorgeous '60s cool interior is perfectly preserved, and the big 472 cubic
inch V8 under the hood purrs like few 375 horsepower engines can. If
you missed the last few we featured, don't miss this one because it won't
last any longer than the others.
The color on this one is called Cameo Beige, but it's a dull name for such
an ideal color. It carries a lovely patina and soft shine that simply can't
be duplicated today, yet looks completely appropriate on this luxury
cruiser. Not tan, but not quite gold, it has a good amount of metallic in
the finish that makes it glow in the sun without that hard shine that
modern urethane paints offer. If you're a fan of original cars, you know
exactly what I'm talking about.
Cadillac didn't skimp on horsepower in the 1960s,
either. The 472 cubic inch monster generated a highly respectable 375 horsepower. It
appears that this engine and engine bay have been nicely cleaned and
detailed, and that's likely fresh paint on the engine itself. But all the
original components remain, from the air cleaner with PCV breather feed
from the valve covers to the A6 A/C compressor to the original power
steering pump. It's cooled by one of the biggest radiators this side of a
Kenworth, and idles so smoothly that you may not even notice that it's
The chassis is solid and well-maintained, but not necessarily detailed for
show. The 3-speed automatic shifts gears almost imperceptibly, and drives a
very highway friendly set of rear gears—Cadillac knew their customers
well and there are few finer highway cruisers than this. The long wheelbase
glides over imperfections without jostling the passengers, and there's
barely a burble from the Exhaust. And
I'm more than a little impressed that someone invested in correct 15-inch
twin stripe whitewall tires for this cruiser which look and ride just like
the originals. You'll also note that those are the original full wheel
covers with bright emblems in excellent condition.
If you're a fan of the era, you'll be absolutely thrilled with the Cordovan
Brown Dardanelle upholstery, which could only be a product of the '60s. You
also know it's all original, because this stuff isn't being reproduced, and
the condition is remarkable. The power bench seat is comfortable and firm,
with no signs of age or damage, not even a frayed edge on the driver's
seat. In 1969, not quite everything was standard on a Cadillac, but things
like power windows and locks were definitely part of the package and they
all work as they should. In the trunk, you'll find an original mat and what
may very well be the original spare tire.
This 1969 Coupe DeVille drives the way only a low-mileage original can
drive, and there's an intangible smoothness in the machinery that even the
best restorations struggle to duplicate. Either you understand why this car
is special or you don't, but if you're one of those guys for whom these
cars hold some unique appeal, you know exactly what I'm talking about. This
one won't last any longer than the others, so I urge you to visit our
website http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for complete information.
1957 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube's largest collection of automotive
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look at this beautiful 1957 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe. 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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COPPER HEAD 5hp Briggs & Stratton LOUD mini bike engine
Test firing this little 5hp flathead briggs and stratton motor we bought at
a swap meet. The only problem with it was a sheared flywheel key.
Disassembled the motor, sandblasted, painted, re-assembled, cleaned and
rebuilt the carb., and test firing for the first time. Motor will be going
on a Ruttman minibike frame Later in the video is our little dog rocky, he
is 14yrs old.
Ride in my 1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille
http://www.jims59.com/69coupedeville/index.html - (Music: Titles: Song 1-
Bright Wish / Song 2 - Feelin' Good - Kevin MacLeod - (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"
1976 Cadillac Sedan deVille
1976 Cadillac Sedan deVille, 32,000 original miles, pristine original
condition. 500 cid (8.2L for you metric people) V8, Rochester Quadrajet
carb, TH400 transmission. Automatic level control, automatic climate
control, Twilight Sentinal headlight control, GuideMatic high beam control,
tilt, telescope, cruise, 8-track, power antenna, rear defog, leather, 6-way
power seats both sides, power windows and locks. Everything works. This
car has not been restored or repainted - it is all original. I wish I had
a better camera so you could see it more clearly - someday...