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 Supercruise driving system | NYIAS 2017 | Ars Technica
Ars Technica's Jonathan Gitlin talks to General Motors about the new Supercruise hands-free driving system on their Cadillac CT6 model at the 2017 New York Auto Show. Connect with Ars Technica Magazine Online: Visit ArsTechnica.com: http://arstechnica.com Follow Ars Technica on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arstechnica Follow Ars Technica on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+ArsTechnica/videos Follow Ars Technica on Twitter: https://twitter.com/arstechnica Cadillac Supercruise driving system | NYIAS 2017 | Ars Technica Producer: Jennifer Hahn Editor: Jennifer Hahn
132397 / 1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/76oshzq 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 running. 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.
1970 Cadillac limo
This is a Caddy Limo my friend is working on for a customer it is in Beautiful condition. The motor is a 472 Big Block what a beast