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Cadillac Coach 2-Door (1948)

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home Cadillac Coach 2 Door (1948) Manufacturer : Cadillac
calendar Cadillac Coach 2 Door (1948) Productions : 1948-1954
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1971 Cadillac Eldorado

Manufacturer : Cadillac
Productions : 1971
Engine Type : 8-V, OHV, 2 valves per cylinder
Bore x stroke : 109.20 mm. × 109.30 mm.
Bore / stroke ratio : 0.99
Displacement : 8189 cc 499.72 cu in
Compression : 8.5
Fuel system : 1 Ro carb
Aspiration : Normal
Max. output : 370 PS (365 bph) (272.1 kW) @ 4400 rpm
Max. torque : 725 Nm (534.7 lbft) (73.9 kgm) @ 2800 rpm
Coolant : Water

Cadillac Seville (1986-1991)

Cadillac Seville (1986-1991)

home Cadillac Seville (1986 1991) Manufacturer : Cadillac
calendar Cadillac Seville (1986 1991) Productions : 1986-1991
settings Cadillac Seville (1986 1991) Engine : V8, 131.00 PS (95,52 kW or 128,36 HP) at 4200 Rev. per min.
config Cadillac Seville (1986 1991) Transmission : 4 speed automatic transmission
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In 1986, an all-new, much smaller body attempted to combine the crisp angularity of the original Seville with the rounded edges of the new aerodynamic aesthetic. The series featured a transverse-mounted V8 driving the front wheels. The smaller size and conservative styling were regarded as bland, and customers stayed away. Despite the lack of popularity, the new Seville/Eldorado chassis featured an advanced transmission and engine control system that offered EPA fuel consumption figures of nearly 30 mpg-US (7.8 L/100 km; 36 mpg-imp) on the highway using a small fuel injected V8

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Cadillac Cimarron (1981)

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home Cadillac Cimarron (1981) Manufacturer : Cadillac
calendar Cadillac Cimarron (1981) Productions : 1981
settings Cadillac Cimarron (1981) Engine : V6 engine, 125.00 PS (91,54 kW or 122,39 HP) at 4500 Rev. per min.
config Cadillac Cimarron (1981) Transmission : 4 speed manual transmission
world Cadillac Cimarron (1981) Source : wikipedia

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Cadillac Sixty Special (1961-1964)

Cadillac Sixty Special (1961-1964)

home Cadillac Sixty Special (1961 1964) Manufacturer : Cadillac
calendar Cadillac Sixty Special (1961 1964) Productions : 1964
settings Cadillac Sixty Special (1961 1964) Engine : inline 8 cylinder, 211.00 PS (154,23 kW or 206,96 HP) at 4600 Rev. per min.
config Cadillac Sixty Special (1961 1964) Transmission : 4 speed automatic transmission
world Cadillac Sixty Special (1961 1964) Source :

For 1961, Cadillac’s Fleetwood Sixty Special received all-new sheet metal, with a crisp, formal roofline fitted with a vinyl covering and a mildly shorter 129.5 in (3,290 mm) wheelbase. The small decorative louvers were back, this time just ahead of the tail lights. Sales were up to 15,500 units. With the cancellation of the four-door Eldorado Brougham at the end of 1960, the ’61 Fleetwood Sixty Special now became the sedan companion to the Eldorado coupe.

1962′s styling remained similar to ’61, and Sixty-Special’s fender louvers were moved up to the roof, directly behind the rear door opening. A revised grill up front, and a new trim panel below the rear deck lid rounded out the subtle changes. Sales slipped to 13,350 this year at a base price of $6,366.

1963 had all-new styling (on the same 129.5″ wheelbase), and a brand new 325 hp (242 kW) powerplant. Sixty-Special shared its (lack of) body-side trim with Eldorado – appearing very clean and formal when compared to the standard Cadillac models. Price was down to $6,300, and sales were up slightly 14,000. While the small decorative louvers continued on the C-pillar, a new Cadillac “wreath and crest” ornament was on the rear fender. The front fender-mounted cloisonne “Sixty Special” emblem (which appeared for 1960) was gone. The formerly standard vinyl top had now become a $125 option on Sixty-Special.

Other than a slightly revamped grille and rear bumper, 1964 saw few changes – including the Cadillac wreath and crest ornament moving from the rear fender of the ’63 model to take the place of the C-pillar mounted louvers for ’64. The ’64 Sixty Special (and companion Eldorado convertible) now had nearly no side trim, except for a wide rocker-sill molding which ran from the rear-edge of the front fender wheel well to the rear of the car. Cost was back up the ’62 price of $6,366, and sales were up to 14,500 units.

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Cadillac Allante (1989)

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home Cadillac Allante (1989) Manufacturer : Cadillac
calendar Cadillac Allante (1989) Productions : 1989
settings Cadillac Allante (1989) Engine : V8, 4.5 L HT-4500, 200 hp (149 kW) at 4300 rpm and 270 ft·lbf (366 N·m) at 3200 rpm
config Cadillac Allante (1989) Transmission : 4 speed automatic transmission
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Originally designed under the code name “Callisto”, the Allanté was intended to restore Cadillac to its position as a credible competitor to the Mercedes-Benz 560SL. Its chassis and engine were originally taken from the Cadillac Eldorado, though it also shared components with the Buick Reatta, Riviera and the Oldsmobile Toronado.

The chassis of the Allanté was made in Detroit, then was loaded onto specially equipped jets and shipped to Italy where the body (which was designed by Pininfarina of Ferrari fame) was mounted to the chassis. Afterwards, the cars were loaded back on the jetliners and shipped back to the Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly plant in Michigan for completion. This led to a few interesting nicknames, such as “The Flying Italian Cadillac” and “the world’s longest assembly line.”

The Allanté was initially priced at US$54,000, far above the price of any other contemporary Cadillac. Today’s Cadillac XLR, also a convertible roadster, at roughly $70,000 is similarly priced at the top of the Cadillac range. Only 21,000 were built.

The car has appeared in the movies Tango & Cash, Cadillac Man, Terminal Velocity, Lethal Weapon 3 and “Rocky V’, and was the pace car at the 1992 Indianapolis 500. JR Ewing also sometimes drove an Allante in Dallas.

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Cadillac LaSalle (1927)

home Cadillac LaSalle (1927) Manufacturer : Cadillac
calendar Cadillac LaSalle (1927) Productions :  1927-1930
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Built by Cadillac to Cadillac standards, the LaSalle soon emerged as trend setting automobile within GM, and Earl was placed in charge of overseeing the design of all GM vehicles.

LaSalles were offered in a full-range of body styles, including Fisher and Fleetwood built custom body designs. The roadster could also be ordered in two tone color combinations at a time when dark colors like black and navy blue were still the most familiar colors produced by manufacturers. Earl’s design even included a nod to the inspirational Hispano-Suiza with the marque’s circled trademark “LaS” cast into the horizontal tie bar between the front lights.

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Cadillac Eldorado (1953-1959)

home Cadillac Eldorado (1953 1959) Manufacturer : Cadillac
calendar Cadillac Eldorado (1953 1959) Productions : 1953-1959
settings Cadillac Eldorado (1953 1959) Engine : 5422 cc, 8-V, OHV, 2 valves per cylinder
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The Cadillac Eldorado was the longest running American personal luxury car as it was the only one sold after the 1998 model year. Its main competitors included the Mark Series and the lower-priced Buick Riviera. The name Eldorado was derived from the Spanish words “el dorado”, the “gilded one”; the name was given originally to the legendary chief or “cacique” of a S. American Indian tribe. Legend has it that his followers would sprinkle his body with gold dust on ceremonial occasions and he would wash it off again by diving into a lake. The name more frequently refers to a legendary city of fabulous riches, somewhere in S. America, that inspired many European expeditions, including one to the Orinoco by England’s Sir Walter Ralei

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1953 Cadillac Le Mans Concept

home 1953 Cadillac Le Mans Concept Manufacturer : Cadillac
calendar 1953 Cadillac Le Mans Concept Productions : 1953
settings 1953 Cadillac Le Mans Concept Engine :  331 CI V-8 250-HP
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The Cadillac Le Mans was a concept car developed by Cadillac in 1953. It was named for the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France, which Cadillac competed in in 1950. The design was a low-profile (51-inches to the windshield frame), two-seat, fiberglass-bodied roadster. It was powered by a 250-HP version of Cadillac’s 331 CI V-8, a power output not reached in production Cadillacs until 1955. Though 4 units were built, the model never went into production, and it would be nearly 50 years before Cadillac developed another vehicle with a similar design concept, the Cadillac XLR. Of the four, 1 is documented as having been destroyed in a fire; the other 3 still exist with 1 of those currently in the Cadillac Historical Collect

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Cadillac Series 62 1951

Cadillac Series 62 Specification :
home Cadillac Series 62 1951 Manufacturer : Cadillac
calendar Cadillac Series 62 1951 Productions : 1951
settings Cadillac Series 62 1951 Engine : 5422 cc, 8-V, OHV, 2 valves per cylinder

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