Barn Find 1947 Cadillac Restoration
This car came in covered in dust and appeared to be just another barn find. Once we washed it up and got into the car, we realized we had a true survivor gem on our hands. A careful paint job, some engine detailing and bright work restoration were all that was needed to put this car back on the top shelf where it belongs. This car rides on the brand new American Classic Bias-profile Radial wide whitewall tires from Coker Tire Company. See this great new tire online http://www.cokertire.com/brands/american-classic-tires/american-classic-bia s-profile-radials.html Follow Honest Charley on Facebook Speed Shop http://www.facebook.com/honestcharleyspeed Restoration Garage http://www.facebook.com/honestcharleygarage Visit Us on the Web http://www.honestcharley.com
133055 / 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/9fo6jyb Few automakers represent the remembered glitz and glamour of the 1950s quite like Cadillac. With an original drivetrain, all original sheet metal and extensive documentation this Biarritz is fully functional investment grade Cadillac worthy of any show field. From the graceful cut of the wheel arches to the dramatic tailfins atop the downswept rear fender line, absolutely every piece of this car was designed to appear in motion at all times. The flowing bodywork is covered in a smooth coat of Alpine White that enhances the cars luxury demeanor. The paintwork shows well in even the harshest of lighting and provides a constant reminder of one of the reasons this Caddy has collected so many trophies. From the full length grille to the tail fins, every piece of chrome has been fully refurbished to showroom condition. Out back, a three-piece parade boot covers the white convertible top. Under that long hood lives the original 365 cubic inch V8. In its day, this was a top of the line motor utilizing a comfortable 10.25:1 compression ratio to produce an enviable 335hp and 405lb. ft. or torque. At the top of the bay, three Rochester two-barrel carburetors bolted to the original intake manifold are hidden by the gold-colored two-snorkel air cleaner cover. The block, cast iron heads and intake wear their correct shade of blue well with the Cadillac name scribed across the valve covers.. To the sides, cast iron manifolds channel Exhaust gases out through a stainless steel dual Exhaust system with angled chrome tips. Behind that V8 is a Hydra-Matic three speed automatic transmission well suited to casual cruising. It channels power to the live rear axle which in turn spins those polished Sabre wheels wrapped in white-wall tires. The chassis has been rebuilt to factory specifications with a fully independent suspension up front and a four link with coil springs keeping the back end in place. . Braking comes courtesy of large drum brakes at all four corners. Documentation for this car is a treasure trove of Cadillac history. There are typical items such as receipts and an album full of detailed restoration pictures. An original owner's manual and separate booklets detailing how to operate the jack and power top are also included. From there, things go to the next level with two primary shop manuals as well as secondary manuals that cover additional information. A large three ring binder contains an original copy of the Master Parts List that details every square inch of this car in amazing detail. While it's difficult to point to any classic Cadillac as the defining Cadillac of its era, this '58 certainly has all the hallmarks. With miles of sleek lines, clean paint, brilliant brightwork, and an interior fit for royalty, luxury doesn't get much better. Call, click or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information on this incredible Cadillac.
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