VEHICLES FOR SALE
Advertised on eBay Item number:170487580700 low reserve Auction ends (27 May, 201021:15:16 BST)
Hi up for sale is my friends 1968,
Cadillac Coup De-Ville in a nice
white colour, The ideal luxury car
from the 60ís.
This old girl is 18.8 foot long and 6.8 feet wide. The auto transmission box is good, and is powered by a 7.7 litre, 472 cubic inch V8 engine with the straight through Twin stainless steel Powerflow exhausts, that sound amazing, this is a real head turner, the sound is unbelievable!
Please scroll down for more info Thanks Daniel
my 1968 Cadillac coup de Ville
"There is no
replacement for displacement." This is often said by engine
designers in their search of more power from a combustion
engine. Though contemporary technology has offered a nominal
argument when it comes to building high-horsepower motors out of
smaller engines, trying to hide the fact that "bigger is better"
was never more a challenge than it was in 1968. That was the
year Cadillac introduced it's 472 cubic inch V8 into the DeVille
line of automobiles, setting an even higher standard of "move
out of my way or I'll suck you down my venturas" attitude of
American life. Several years later, a 500 cubic inch V8 was
brought to the public, but the Cadillac DeVille saw it's prime
in 1968 with a body that measured 17 x 6 feet. This was big
Air Pistol (CO2 / Gas) - Walther CP88 6" Competition CO2WAL13 as new £145.00
CO2 air pistols are high powered semi-automatic weapons that are powered by an internal compressed air gas cylinder. As they do not have to be manually cocked before each shot they are the ideal choice for skirmishing, practical pistol shooting, vermin and pest control or for those who simply have an itchy trigger finger! All CO2 guns on this section are produced under licence from Walther to the same exacting standards as their real-life counterparts, you can therefore be assured that you are buying an exact replica in looks, quality, mechanical performance and weight. All Walther weapons fire at an average velocity of 300fps and can easily fire 2 rounds per second.
You do not need any licence to use or own a CO2 air pistol and with proper use they can be great fun to use, especially with a group of friends on private property. However, you do need to be aware that their misuse can get both you and those around you into an awful lot of trouble.
It is illegal to sell or hire an air gun to a person under the age of 17. As a result, please do not be offended if we ask for proof of your identity and age, as a conscientious seller I reserve the right to refuse any sale without reason.
WALTHER CP88, 6" COMPETITION MODEL, BRCO2WAL13
ē .177 (4.5)
ē 8 Shot pellet only
ē Safety catch
ē Rifled barrel
ē Satin nickel plated action
ē Walnut grips
Due to the introduction of the Governments VCR Bill (Violent Crime Reduction Bill) on 1st October 2007 it is illegal to sell or purchase any air gun over the internet or by mail order. Please call 01706816620 to view
|1976 cadillac Calais 8.2 litre 500cu in.||pillar less, re sprayed approximately 18 months ago?||for the worlds worst celebrity driver. from lands end to John o Groats|
The body is in well above average condition as is the chrome even the grill is as new! the interior and seats are very good condition apart from the top dash (which is cracked from heat damage) the flames can be easily removed with an air dryer (vinyl stick on),
the paint really shows of the body shape! it looks like pearlescent? all usual cadillac tilt telescopic steering, fibre optic lamp monitoring, cornering lamps energy absorbing reforming bumpers, perimeter chassis,6 way electric seats, original cadillac radio. tape player and CB radio,
Please note the reserve price on this car is well below what the car is actually worth!!!
(This Cadillac is very fast engine has not been interfered with as original 500cu in 8.2 litre, A LOT OF CAR FOR LITTLE OUTLAY!!! CAN ONLY APPRECIATE IN VALUE!!!
THIS CAR CAN BE SEEN AT THE AMERICANA INTERNATIONAL IN JULY
CLICK HERE FOR AMERICANA DETAILS
If I still have the car!!
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1903 - Cadillac Model A Runabout with rack-and-pinion steering, variable intake-valve timing debuts at the New York Auto Show. Powered by a single-cylinder 10-horsepower engine, it travelled at over 30 miles per hour and got 25 miles per gallon.
1905 - The Osceola was Cadillac's first concept car and featured the first fully-closed body. General Motors acquires Cadillac for $5,969,200.
1908 - Cadillac becomes the "Standard of the World" and the first American automobile manufacturer to win the Dewar Trophy.
1909 - Cadillac offers the world's first limousine.
1912 - Cadillac offers the Delco Electric Self-Starter; becomes the first and only company to win the Dewar Trophy twice.
1915 - Cadillac produced the first full-armoured car; created the first mass-produced V8 engine - it was also the first engine to use thermostatically controlled water-cooling technology.
1922 - With innovations like the standard windshield wiper and rear-view mirror, demand intensified with production exceeding over 20,000.
1924 - Cadillac pioneered the use of fast-drying Duco lacquer paints and offer over 500 colour combinations while most competitors only offered black.
1926 - Cadillac becomes the first automobile manufacturer to develop a comprehensive nationwide service policy.
1930 - Cadillac produces the world's first V-type 16-cylinder engine for passenger cars. It was smooth, quiet and powerful with 160 horsepower from 452 cubic inches.
1934 - Cadillac introduces the world's first independent front suspension on its entire line of automobiles.
1937 - The Cadillac LaSalle V8 set a new speed and endurance record at the Indianapolis 500 with an average speed of 82 miles per hour.
1938 - Cadillac introduces the first sunroofs in America: The Sunshine Turret Top
1940 - Cadillac introduces the first fully automatic transmission: The Hydra-Matic transmission.
1949 - The Cadillac Coupe DeVille introduced the world's first pillarless two-door hard top body style; Cadillac created their first overhead valve, high-compression V8 engine with 160 horsepower from 331 cubic inches.
1953 - The Cadillac Eldorado, America's dream car for a record 23 years, was introduced with the industry's first wrap-around windshield, the first signal-seeking automotive radio, and the Autronic Eye - the first automatic headlight dimmer. Other innovations were leather upholstery and chrome wire wheels.
1954 - Cadillac becomes the first auto manufacturer to offer power steering as standard equipment on its entire line of automobiles.
1957 - The Eldorado Brougham introduced the first quad headlamps, six-way power seats with memory, automatic door locks, forged aluminium wheels and an air suspension.
1964 - Cadillac debuted with the industry's first automatic climate control system: Comfort Control; Cadillac debuted an industry-first "Twilight Sentinel" system which automatically turned the headlights off and/or on at dusk/sunrise.
1965 - Cadillac introduces automatic load levelling and tilt/telescopic steering wheels.
1967 - The Cadillac Eldorado perfects front-wheel drive with a smoother, quieter ride than other luxury cars of its day.
1969 - Cadillac introduces the industry's first closed cooling system, making overheated engines a thing of the past.
1971 - Cadillac offers "Track Master", an advanced, computerized rear-wheel skid-control braking system as optional equipment.
1974 - Cadillac pioneered the use of the air cushion restraint (air bag) system.
1975 - Cadillac becomes the first U.S. auto manufacturer to install electronic fuel injection and introduces the catalytic converter.
1978 - Cadillac becomes the first auto manufacturer to test digital computerization in cars.
1987 - The Cadillac Allante becomes America's first automobile to compete in the ultra-luxury market. This two seater was designed and built in Italy by the renowned coach-building firm of Pininfarina.
1988 - Cadillac is the first American luxury carmaker to implement a 24-hour, 365 day-a-year roadside service program.
1990 - The Cadillac Allante becomes the first front-wheel drive vehicle with electronic traction control.
1992 - Cadillac introduces the first 32-valve V8 engine (1993 model year): the Northstar
1999 - Cadillac offers the first automotive application of thermal-imaging technology: Night Vision.
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