Superb 1969 CADILLAC Coupe de Ville
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Indiana chapter of the Cadillac and LaSalle Club: http://www.inclc.org/
Purchased in 1999 with 61,000 actual miles from an estate in Bedford
Indiana. After nine years of ownership and occasional use, it now has
67,000 miles. We have the original window sticker and related service
documents to day one. This car has been garaged every single day of it's
See the restoration of this car at this link:
Fowler theater Prairie Preservation Guild information:
Theater history including more photos:
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Smokey Burnout in a Cadillac
This is my 1994 Cadillac "DeVille Concourse". The car is Front Wheel Drive
& it has a 4.6L Northstar Engine. Anyone that says Cadillac's are
slow....Obviously never owned a Caddy.
98 Deville Northstar Head Gasket Failure Test
I have two 98 Northstar Cadillacs. One has 195,000mi and NO headgasket
problems. This one did.
Bought a kit from Napa to test the Headgaskets on a 1998 Cadillac Deville
for leaks. The test shows there is a leak.
Zero to 60 Run--4.6 Cadillac Northstar V8 vs. 4.9 OHV V8
Zero to 60 comparison between my new 2001 Cadillac Seville SLS with a 4.6
Northstar V8 and the 1991 Cadillac Sedan de Ville with a 4.9 that I've
owned since 2005. The Northstar in the Seville is faster, especially at the top end, but the
good old 4.9 in the DeVille holds its own--especially for an 18-year-old
car with 257,000 miles on it.
Judging from the time codes in the video, the Seville did it in 7 second
flat; the DeVille is just over 9 seconds.
Interestingly, both cars shift from 1st to 2nd at 45 MPH, and both hold 2nd
gear all the way up to ~80 MPH. Without a tach in the DeVille, I have no
idea how high it was revving, but it probably went close to redline.
The noise you hear besides the engine revving in the Seville is raindrops
on the windshield. I had the camera on a tripod held down between my legs
in the Seville; in the DeVille, it's just handheld, so it's shakier.
Both runs done on Stapleton Rd. just south of Monmouth/Independence, Oregon
2000-2005 Cadillac DeVille
The 2000-2005 Cadillac DeVille was the 11th generation of the famed
full-size luxury sedan. Trim levels offered were the base DeVille (often
identified by it's hood ornament and digital gauge cluster), the DHS
(DeVille High-Luxury Sedan(often identified by it's grille emblem and
analog gauge cluster)), and DTS (DeVille Touring Sedan(often identified by
it's fog-lights, wheels, console-shifter, and sometimes night-vision
feature)). All DeVilles of this era were powered by Northstar V8 Engines.
The LD8 Northstar, with 275 hp and 300 lb ft of torque was found in all
DeVille and DHS models. The top of the line DTS, however, was powered by
the famed 300 hp L37 Northstar. The DeVille was also used as armored cars,
and saw use as the President's unique limousine.
Focus ST Flowmaster American Thunder Cat-Back Exhaust System Installation 2013-2014
This Flowmaster American Thunder Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust System is for the 2013-2014 Focus ST. It
features 2-1/4" mandrel bent stainless steel tubing and delivers a moderate
to aggressive Exhaust sound. Also,
dual polished oval 3-1/4"x3-3/4" tips exit the center of the rear bumper,
and the system is Dyno
tuned for maximum performance.
Flowmaster's cat-back bolts in place of your original Exhaust. For installation, you'll first want to
remove the stock system, and then the rear muffler and tip assembly. Put
your new Flowmaster Exhaust up into
place on the Focus and after that the s-shaped pipe. Then, install the
tailpipe, hooking it up to the original hanger, and then move on to the
tailpipe. Tighten all bolts, secure the Exhaust tips, and return the front brace,
finishing up your installation.
The American Thunder cat-back is perfect for the person looking for
moderate to aggressive sound levels with all of the performance benefits
that you would expect from Flowmaster. Total installation takes around two
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