Indy Pace Car Edition: 1992 Cadillac Allante

The ongoing dialog about Pace Cars hasn’t changed: most cars are simply dealer dress-ups that barely resemble the car that actually paced the field, and have no real connection to the vehicles that ran on the… more»

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Emergency Boat: 1969 Cadillac Ambulance

Okay, so it isn’t really a boat! Just so you know, I really had to hold myself back from making a Ghostbusters reference even though it is 10 years too new. Old ambulances are super cool, especially… more»

The Last Car You’ll Ever Need: 1959 Cadillac Superior Crown Royale Landaulet

The auction is ending just a few days too late to take this hearse to Hell—Michigan, that is, for this year’s Hearse Fest—but that just means that the new owner will have nearly a year to… more»

Discerning Tastes: 1978 Cadillac Seville

Cadillac Sevilles are not necessarily high on collectors’ radar as solid investment vehicles, but this example is priced like it will be someday. The $15,995 Buy-It-Now seems lofty, but mileage is surprisingly low at just over… more»

Parked Project: 1957 Cadillac Coupe DeVille

Idaho can be a great place to buy a classic, it’s dry enough that cars tend to not rust out but not so hot as to bake interiors or paint. This Cadillac has been parked in… more»

Whole Lotta Love Needed: 1962 Cadillac Series 62

For decades, Cadillac could legitimately use the slogan “Standard of the World.”  General Motors took pride in their top tier division, and the whole company was set up to provide vehicles for customers from cradle to… more»

Luxury Emergency: 1941 Cadillac Superior 75

Classic fire trucks, ambulances, and emergency vehicles are a niche market of automobiles that are typically overlooked, and can often be bought on the cheap. Not to say that they aren’t worthwhile projects, as they are… more»

More Info Please! 1959 Cadillac

Writing articles about cars that are for sale is an interesting endeavor.  We often rely on sellers to provide us the information we need for an article, while interjecting our opinions or point of view.  Personally,… more»

Rough Droptop: 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

Out of all of the luxury car brands out there, hands down one of my favorites is Cadillac. My dad bought a 1967 De Ville convertible back in 1989 for $100 (which he still own today and… more»

Drive Anywhere Survivor: 1955 Cadillac Series 62

A running, driving, and surviving classic Cadillac is hard to turn down. With all of the elegant classic looks you would want out of car, with a wonderful power-plant, this Series 62 Caddy is a real… more»

Drop Top Delight: 1968 Cadillac De Ville Convertible

I must like these old Cadillac convertibles, as I keep writing about them. These are beautiful cars to see around and even better if it belongs to someone with a big garage, someone who might give me… more»

Eye Candy: 1949 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

Can you imagine what it must have been like to go for years with no new cars? Then, after the war, new cars were still the old pre-war designs for a couple of years. Then, in 1948… more»

Tarp Find: 1958 Cadillac Deville

A tarp find is never is happy sight as a tarp doesn’t do a very good job of keeping water off of a car, and it tends to trap moisture against the car as well. Found… more»