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1907 Cadillac Model K Runabout

1925 Cadillac Coach V63
  1930 Cadillac Fleetbourne Transformable Limousine Brougham
  1930 Cadillac Series 452 Model 4302 Rumbleseat Roadster V16
  1930 Cadillac Series 452 Model 4375S Seven Passenger Sedan V16
  1932 Cadillac V12 Model 370B Sport Phaeton Body by Fisher
  1933 Cadillac Series 452C Model 5579 Fleetwood All Weather Phaeton V16
  1934 Cadillac Series 452D Model 5885 Five Passenger Convertible Coupe V16
  1934 Cadillac Fisher Body Convertible Coupe Series 355D V8
  1937 Cadillac Series 90 Model 5875 Imperial Limo V16
  1938 Cadillac Brunn Bodied Roadster
  1940 Cadillac LaSalle Model 5067 Convertible Coupe
  1941 Cadillac Series 6267D Convertible Coupe
  1947 Cadillac Series 6267 Convertible Coupe
  1949 Cadillac Series 6207X Club Coupe (Sedanet)
  1949 Cadillac Series 6267X Convertible Coupe
  1953 Cadillac Series 6267SX Eldorado Convertible Coupe
  1954 Cadillac Series 6267SX Eldorado Convertible Coupe
  1956 Cadillac Series 6237BX Coupe DeVille
  1957 Cadillac Series 62370 Eldorado Seville
  1957 Cadillac Series 6267X Convertible
  1958 Cadillac Custom Ron Box Lowrider
  1958 Cadillac Series 6039 Fleetwood Sixty Special
  1958 Cadillac Series 6267X Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
  1958 Cadillac Series 7059X Eldorado Brougham
  1958 Cadillac Series 7533X Imperial Limousine
  1959 Cadillac Series 6467 Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
  1960 Cadillac Series 6267 Convertible
  1961 Cadillac Series 6367 Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
  1967 Cadillac Series 69347 Eldorado Coupe
  1968 Cadillac Series 68347 Coupe DeVille
  1969 Cadillac Custom Wagon
  1969 Cadillac Series 68367 DeVille Convertible
  1972 Cadillac Eldorado
 

1975 Cadillac Series 68349 Sedan DeVille

  1975 Cadillac Series 75 Model 69723 Nine Passenger Sedan
  1975 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham
  1976 Cadillac Series 68347 Coupe DeVille
  1976 Cadillac Series 69367 Eldorado Convertible
  1976 Cadillac Mirage Sports Wagon
  1977 Cadillac Coupe de Ville
  1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
  1992 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham
  1993 Cadillac Allante
  1995 Cadillac STS
  2001 Cadillac Eldorado Touring Coupe (E.T.C.)
  2010 Cadillac Escalade Platinum Edition
OTHER MAKES & MODELS
  1936 Auburn Boattail Speedster Replica
  1953 Buick Skylark Convertible
  1957 Oldsmobile Starfire 98
  1958 Buick Special Convertible
  1958 Pontiac Parisienne Convertible
  1959 Corvette
  1960 Buick Electra 225 Convertible
  1960 Pontiac Ventura
  1961 Corvair Rampside Pickup
  1965 Buick Riviera
  1965 Pontiac Bonneville
  1966 Corvette Convertible
  1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
  1967 Buick Skylark
  1967 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible
  1968 Buick Riviera
  1969 Pontiac Safari Estate Wagon
  1970 Buick Riviera
  1970 Oldsmobile Toronado GT
  1972 Buick Riviera Gran Sport
  1972 GMC Sprint
  1975 Oldsmobile Toronado
  1976 Buick Electra 225
  2000 Prevost Royal Coach Motorhome
  2007 GMC 3/4 Pickup

1907 Cadillac Model K Runabout
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$800
98 c.i., 10 hp
Powered by a 98 ci single-cylinder (five-inch bore, five-inch stroke!) 10 hp engine.
1925 Cadillac Coach V63
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Stored in a chicken coop since 1941, in the city of Orange, California.
Absolutely complete and original ..... the ultimate barn find.  I call it the
Chicken Coupe de Ville!

1930 Cadillac Fleetbourne Transformable Limousine Brougham
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20-25
$4,145
V8
Series 353, Style 3991. Body 14 by Fleetwood. Very unusual special order from new: hood and cowl "Damaskeen or engine turned" Former Craven A collection car. Engine is a V8, 353 cu. in, 95 h.p.
1930 Cadillac Series 452 Model 4302 Rumbleseat Roadster V16
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105
$5,350
V16
The raciest of all the V16s was this wild roadster for two. Fleetwood body or also known as the Fleetdown, with its top up or down it projected an image of speed and grace. Power brakes, anti theft ignition, linkage operated driving lights and rear mounted trunk. 5,310lb and wheelbase of 148"Purchased from the Imperial Palace auto collection.
1930 Cadillac Series 452 Model 4375S Seven Passenger Sedan V16
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438
$6,200
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Massive wheelbase of 148” and a weight of just over 3 tons makes this a real smooth ride. This Fleetwood body car has 2 forward facing “opera” seats, power brakes, anti theft ignition, linkage operated driving lights, rear mounted trunk.
1932 Cadillac V12 Model 370B Sport Phaeton Body by Fisher
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$3,945
368 cu. in. 135 H.P.

Fisher body dual-cowl
Sport Phaeton
Model 370B
140” wheelbase
5,340lb
Vacuum operated clutch
V12 engine

1933 Cadillac Series 452C Model 5579 Fleetwood All Weather Phaeton V16
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1 of 7
$8,000
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This grand 5 passenger convertible sedan was the most expensive in the 1933 line up. When the top is folded down there is a second windshield and windwings to protect the passengers in the rear. Art deco styling is clear here, spoke wheels were out of fashion so they are covered. The stainless strips on the body sides are “sweated” or soldered. A perfect example of the custom body era features. This car has spare tire covers, 5 settings for ride control on the fly, power brakes, anti theft ignition, linkage driven driving lights and rear trunk. Only 125 V16 engines produced this year. This car is well known to the high end side of the classic car hobby. Wheelbase of 150”.
1934 Cadillac Series 452D Model 5885 Five Passenger Convertible Coupe V16
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$8,150
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One of the most important automobiles ever produced, this one off (1 made) is the centerfold of the GM book "The First 75 Years of Transportation Products" . It has a massive 154” wheelbase and was the longest car ever produced up to this time. Note the art deco styling, concealed spoke wheels, radio, and 5 settings for ride control on the fly, power brakes, and energy absorbing bumpers. 40 years ahead of it's time. Only 56 V16 engines produced this year. The original owner shipped it to Paris several times to drive around the countryside. This car has been owned by some of the most important collectors of this era. 1 of 1 at $8150.00
1934 Cadillac Fisher Body Convertible Coupe Series 355 D V8
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Production numbers so low it's unknown
1937 Cadillac Series 90 Model 5875 Imperial Limo V16
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$7,900
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This car spent all its life in England and was brought back in about 1995. The English license holder and European tail lights are in the trunk! It is believed to have been the US embassy car during Joe Kennedy’s time as ambassador starting in 1937. This is as good as it got for luxury of this time. Radio with rear controls, intercom to driver, power brakes, 5 settings for ride control on the fly and a huge 154” wheelbase. Only 49 V16 engines produced this year.
1938 Cadillac Brunn Bodied Roadster
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346 cu. in. 130 H.P.
Only one produced for Ralph Pulitzer of the Pulitzer Prize family in New York. This car is also considered to be the last Cadillac roadster made by any custom body company because by 1940 this specialized industry had dried up, note: The rumble seat and golf club door. V8
1940 Cadillac LaSalle Model 5067 Convertible Coupe
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425
$1,400
322 cu. in. 130 H.P.
Radio and 3 speed V8
1941 Cadillac Series 6267D Convertible Coupe
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3,100
$1,645
346 cu. in. 150 H.P.
4055 lb., radio and 3 speed V8
1947 Cadillac Series 6267 Convertible Coupe
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6,755
$2,902
346 cu. in. 150 H.P.
By 1947 92% of Cadillacs had hydromatic automatic transmissions. Power top, seats, windows, radio, automatic 4 speed V8
1949 Cadillac Series 6207X Club Coupe (Sedanet)
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6,409
$2,814
331 cu. in. 160 H.P.
This was a milestone year for Cadillac firsts. The one millionth Cadillac, the new overhead valve high compression V8 changing the auto industry forever. The creation of the pillarless 2 door hardtop and tailfins were just beginning. 4070 lb., radio and automatic 4 speed
1949 Cadillac Series 6267X Convertible Coupe
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8,000
$3,523
331 cu. in. 160 H.P.
This was a milestone year for Cadillac firsts. The one millionth Cadillac, the new overhead valve high compression V8 changing the auto industry forever. The creation of the pillarless 2 door hardtop and tail fins were just beginning. Power windows, seat, and top. 4 speed automatic - 126" wheelbase.
1953 Cadillac Series 6267SX Eldorado Convertible Coupe
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532
$7,750
331 cu. in. 210 H.P.
The new Eldorado was the star of the 53 traveling motoramas. Wrap around windshield, styled cut down doors, built in hard boot, wire wheels. Eldorado is Spanish for guilded one. A highly sought after rare car in Azure Blue. 4800 lb. 4 speed automatic
1954 Cadillac Series 6267SX Eldorado Convertible Coupe
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2,150
$5,738
331 cu. in. 230 H.P.
Priced at $2,000 less than the 1953 Eldorado. This jump-started the line producing four times the number of units. This Aztec red example has a 4 speed automatic
1956 Cadillac Series 6237BX Coupe DeVille
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26,649
$3,814
365 cu. in. 285 H.P.
4420 lb.
4 speed automatic
1957 Cadillac Series 62370 Eldorado Seville
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2,100
$6,648
365 cu. in 300 H.P.
4 speed automatic
1957 Cadillac Series 6267X Convertible
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9,000
$5,229
365 cu. in. 300 H.P.
4,743 lb
4 speed automatic
1958 Cadillac Custom Ron Box Lowrider
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This car started its life as a 1958 Coupe DeVille, mounted on a 1986 Cadillac chassis and drive train with all the convenience options of the time. This car has numerous plaques and trophies from car shows all over Canada and the USA.
1958 Cadillac Series 6039 Fleetwood Sixty Special
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1,290
$6,117
365 cu in. 310 H.P
4 speed automatic. The brontosaurus of chrome as I call it, has an interesting story. The actor Van Johnson bought this car new and shipped it to Europe to be with him on a British movie shoot. I have a Veedol oil change tag from Ouchy, Switzerland where it was serviced. When the tour was completed, he gave the car to his dad, a plumber, up in Rhode Island, New York. His dad rarely used it and that’s why it only has 22,000 miles. 4930 LB 4 speed automatic.
1958 Cadillac Series 58E-62Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
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815
$7,410
365 cu. in. 335 H.P.
Dynamically styled. Very rare collectable. 3 two barrel carbs - "Tri Power". 4 speed automatic.
1958 Cadillac Series 7059X Eldorado Brougham
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304
$13,070
365 cu. in. 335 H.P.
Designed for GM’s traveling motorama show in 1955 this was Cadillac’s dream car. These were hand assembled on a separate production line at Clark Ave in Detroit. The 1957 and 1958 models were basically the same cars. 400 produced in 57 and 304 in 1958. Because of the 1958 recession and $13,070 price tag, production was low so each unit ended up costing GM $23,000 to produce. No car company came close to GM for technology and innovation. Compare these features to any other car of the time. Brougham Features- 45 interior trim and colour options – 15 exterior colours. Brushed stainless steel roof. Inside the glove box and rear seat compartment you’ll find ladies compact, magnetized drinking cups, cigarette case, lipstick holder, mirror, note pad, and perfume atomizer of Arpege. 365 cu. in., 3 two barrel carbs and an astounding 335 H.P. Four speed automatic, full flow oil filter – new to the industry. Air ride suspension, auto leveling, anti-dive feature for hard braking, auto headlight dimming, auto start feature. Electric fuel pump, memory power seats, suicide doors. Power trunk opener – power trunk closer. Full gauge package & warning lights for each. When rear doors are ajar – selector won’t shift to drive. Two rear under seat heaters with individual switches for blowers. Industy’s first quad headlamps, industry’s first all transistor radio, industry’s first standard air conditioning, industry’s first year round AC to use only fresh air. This car was owned by BOB HOPE – from 1958-1984 and was on display on a turntable in an office building lobby in San Diego.
1958 Cadillac Series 7533X Imperial Limousine
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730
$8,525
365 cu. in. 310 H.P
150 in. wheelbase
4 speed automatic
Glass divider
1959 Cadillac Series 6467 Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
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1,320
$7,401
390 cu. in. 345 H.P.
59’s were the ultimate example of the excess and flamboyance of the 50’s. Chrome and tailfins certainly reached a crescendo here. This unit is loaded with options…bucket seats, ac, cruise, fog lights, wonderbar radio with floor control for stations. 130" wheelbase, three two barrel carbs, 4 speed automatic.
1960 Cadillac Series 6267 Convertible
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14,000
$5,455
390 cu. in 325 H.P.
Described as a refined 1959.
4 speed automatic.
1961 Cadillac Series 6367 Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
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1,450
$6,477
390 cu. in. 325 H.P.
Note the clean lines, lower skeg mouldings and fins, similar to Muskoka boats of the era. 4 speed automatic
1967 Cadillac Series 69347 Eldorado Coupe
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17,930
$6,277
429 cu. in. 340 H.P.
First time Eldorado received its own outstanding body with style, Cadillacs first front wheel drive the Fleetwood Eldorado. Cadillac’s luxury personal car assembled at Clark Ave in Detroit. 120” wheelbase. 4500 lb.
1968 Cadillac Series 68347 Coupe DeVille
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8,165
$5,520
472 cu. in. 375 H.P.
 
1969 Cadillac Custom Wagon
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5
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472 cu. in. 375 H.P.
Just 5 produced by GM to chauffeur their executives around for the 1969 Indy 500 race season. Starting its life as a loaded fleetwood 4 door Brougham, then modified with actual GM wagon parts. V8
1969 Cadillac Series 68367 DeVille Convertible
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16,445
$5,887
472 cu. in. 375 H.P
 
1972 Cadillac Eldorado
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32,099
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500 cu. in
A V-8 four-barrel, 365 horse-power engine and 126" wheelbase.
1975 Cadillac Series 68349 Sedan DeVille
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63,352
$8,814
500 cu. in
V8
1975 Cadillac Series 75 Model 69723 Nine Passenger Sedan
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795
$14,557
500 cu. in.
 
1975 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham
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18,755
   
Purchased new by Johnny Cash. Auctioned at Barrett Jackson on Speed Vision in March 2006.
1976 Cadillac Mirage Sports Wagon
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104
   

.. by traditional Coachworks in Chaswrth, California. From 1974-77 the legendary car customizer Gene Winfield was employed at this company helping to launch the new Cadillac product line. These entirely hand-built Mirage cars were converted from new when Cadillac dealers sent Coupe de Villes to traditional coach works. Gene's expertise is in the field of metal and fibreglass fabrication. The trunk bed is all one piece fibreglass and the tailgate and long, narrow chrome mouldings around the vinyl are all hand made. Only 104 of these digital fuel injected Mirage sport wagons were produced in 1976.

Traditional Coachworks also converted 1976 Fleetwood Four-Door Broughams into what they called Castillian Fleetwood Estate wagons in the same factory.

1976 Cadillac Series 68347 Coupe DeVille
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114,482
$9,067
500 cu. in
 
1976 Cadillac Series 69367 Eldorado Convertible
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14,000
$11,049
500 cu.in.
Labeled “Last of the Breed” it was the last convertible made in North America for this time. V8
1977 Cadillac Coupe de Ville
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425 cu.in.
This yellow cadillac was the trademark of Ken Westman of the auto parts fame on Oxford Street East. He loved this car and took great pride in washing and waxing it. He drove it everywhere including the big races in the States right up to 2008 when he passed away. Ken asked Steve on three occasions if Steve would be the next care taker of Ken's beloved Cadillac. Finally, the night before Ken died on April 25th, 2008 Steve said that he would. Ken couldn't speak at this time in hospital so he heldhis thumbs up and smiled. 425 CU IN.
1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
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30,000 Florida miles, white leather interior, and in flawless original condition.
1992 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham
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350 cu. in. 185 H.P.
Rear wheel drive. This was the last of a 12 year body style.
1993 Cadillac Allante
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4,670
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279 cu. in 295 H.P.
The Italian Cadillac. The body was built in Turin, Italy by Pininfarina, then shipped to Detroit in 747 cargo planes for final assembly. Allante’s production went from 1987-1993. 1993 was the best year because they came equipped with the North Star V8 mulitport fuel injection.
1995 Cadillac STS
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2001 Cadillac Eldorado Touring Coupe (E.T.C.)
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2002 would be the last Eldorado produced, which started in 1953. North Star engine equipped 4.6L or 279 cu. in.
2010 Cadillac Escalade Platinum Edition
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1936 Auburn Boattail Speedster Replica
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1953 Buick Skylark Convertible
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1,690
 
322 cu. in.
2-barrel
1957 Oldsmobile Starfire 98
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1958 Buick Special Convertible

Production of 5502.
364 cu in. "Nail Head" engine.

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1958 Pontiac Parisienne Convertible

Only 759 produced in Canada. This unit sold new at London motor products. Some key options include: four bucket seats, power windows, 358 cu. in. Tri-power and the very rare Sportable removable transistor radio option.

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1959 Corvette
1 of only 88 produced in teal colour.
283 cu in 270 h.p. - two 4 barrel carbs
Four speed automatic.

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1960 Buick Electra 225 Convertible
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6,746 units
 
401 cu. in. 325 hp
 
1960 Pontiac Ventura
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27,577
 
389 cu. in. 283 hp
2-door, sport coupe. 389 cu. in. 283 hp. Note the rare 8-lug wheels.
1961 Corvair Rampside Pickup
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Movie car from "My Girl Two" with Jamie Lee Curtis and Dan Aykyrod.
1965 Buick Riviera
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34,586
 
401 cu. in. 325 hp
 
1965 Pontiac Bonneville
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44,030
 
421 cu. in. 338 hp
2-door, hard top. 4-barrel.
1966 Corvette
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427 cu. in. 4 speed
1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
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1967 Buick Skylark
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40,940
 
455 cu. in.
Two door hard top coupe, 4-barrel carb.
1967 Oldsmobile 98 Convertible
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3,769
 
425 cu. in. 365 hp
98 Convertible. 4-barrel.
1968 Buick Riviera
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49,284
 
430 cu. in.
Two door hard top coupe. 360 horsepower, 4-barrel carb.
1969 Pontiac Safari Estate Wagon
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The family car when new. I took my driver's test on this car.
1970 Buick Riviera
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37,366
 
455 cu. in.
Two door hard top coupe. 350 horsepower, 4-barrel carb.
1970 Oldsmobile Toronado GT
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1972 Buick Riviera Gran Sport
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unknown
 
455 cu. in.
33,728 total produced - GS production unknown. 4-barrel.
1972 GMC Sprint
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1975 Oldsmobile Toronado
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1976 Buick Electra 225
 

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2000 Prevost Royal Coach Motorhome
 

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2007 GMC 3/4 Ton
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The "Trailer Hauler"