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Year:1969 Mileage:76000
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Huntington Beach, California, United States

Huntington Beach, California, United States

1969 CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE ,RUNS GREAT, NO SMOG NEEDED, REBUILT ENGINE, NEW TOP, NEW INTERIOR ,NEW EDLEBROCK 650CFM HOLLY CARB, CARPET , WOOD PANNELING, DOOR PANNELS, TIRES INTERIOR BRAKES ALL IN GOOD SHAPE , STARTS RIGHT UP AND SHIFT WELL. NO LEAKS OR OVERHEATING.CAR FOR SALE LOCALLY I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO NOT ACCEPT ANY WINNING BIDS, GOOD LUCK AND PLEASE EMEIL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

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Cadillac CTS-V spotted with big exhaust, new grille?

Thu, 20 Feb 2014 11:27:00 EST

If you thought Cadillac was content to leave its twin-turbocharged Vsport as the range-topping CTS, think again. Behold, our first good glimpse at the next-generation Cadillac CTS-V sedan, sporting more aggressive styling (somewhere under there), meaty quad-exhaust pipes, and what very well could be a new face for the V-badged Caddies.
Creating an all-new grille design seems like an awful lot of work just for a prototype, so it's very possible that the vertical-bar treatment you see here could make its way into production. Our spy photographers have pointed out that they've seen this same sort of grille treatment on prototypes for the smaller ATS-V sedan, and we've heard V-series models may soon have greater differentiation from the standard vehicles that sired them - that seems especially necessary if Cadillac insists on expanding this whole Vsport range.
Regardless of how its front end looks, the CTS-V ought to be a real monster. Industry sources say we can expect to see a supercharged version of General Motors' 6.2-liter V8 under the Caddy's hood, and considering the current car already makes 556 horsepower and 551 pound-feet of torque, we wouldn't be surprised to see a decent increase in both of those numbers. After all, one of the CTS-V's main competitors, the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, is currently putting out 550 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. Could this mean a 600-hp Cadillac is on the horizon?

Cadillac confirms new flagship to be built in Detroit next year

Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:30:00 EST



"The objective for this upcoming model is to lift the Cadillac range by entering the elite class of top-level luxury cars." - Johan de Nysschen
Cadillac confirmed Friday morning it will build its new flagship sedan, expected to be called the LTS, starting in late in 2015 in Detroit.

Facelifted Cadillac ATS spied completely uncovered

Thu, 27 Feb 2014 13:30:00 EST

The Cadillac ATS makes for a pretty svelte little coupe, and General Motors appears to know it, because multiple, completely undisguised prototype sedans have been spotted testing wearing what look like many of the forthcoming coupe's body parts.
Not only does it wear at least the outline of the brand's new, broader crest, it has the same front air dam with continuous chrome strip found on the coupe. The only real difference is that it has the somewhat taller side view mirrors from the sedan, rather than the narrower, longer ones from the coupe. Around back, the changes are harder to spot because the test car is outfitted with an unpainted lower bumper. However, it seems to lack the chrome strip that offsets the lower portion of the coupe from the sedan.
The ATS sedan is already a looker, but it is good to see Cadillac is taking a second pass using what it learned on the coupe. There's no word yet on when this revised sedan is going to hit the streets - let alone what changes will take place beneath the skin - but we're thinking it looks about right for 2015.