1958 Cadillac Runs & Drives After 15 Years & Commentary
I'm proud to say I have resurrected this car. It sat in a car port for 15 years but now she "runs like a sewing machine." New Exhaust pipes, carb from another car (63 Pontiac), rebuilt wheel cylinders for the brakes, new brake hoses, front end stabilizer pins and a few other things. Now she rides like a, well... Like a Cadillac!.. Next will be cleaning the fuel tank and fixing the fuel gauge...
Chopping the roof of a '46 Cadillac hearse
Time-lapse video of a Cadillac getting chopped. The preparations, cutting and welding were done during one weekend, but the finishing touches and painting took a few weeks on top of that. Sadly the cameras were there only the first weekend and the finishing touches (body soldering, painting etc.) weren't captured on film.
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Restoration of a 1958 Cadillac Extended Deck Sedan
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