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  1. I just literally pissed myself at this post. ill give you the location when its in my garage lol
  2. wasn't the Victoria only built in in the small wheel base? also guys where would I find parts for car trinket stuff. but what about carburetor? does anyone know how many Victoria's were built in 1927. I know 8599 Cadillac's were built.
  3. WALT G. I am a car guy; just like all of us here. but something is different with this car, completely consuming me. I have watched numerous videos and documentary's on Cadillac since looking at this car and the history is terrific. I just want to do this car, and make it drivable. all body panels are solid except for lower running boards all the wood needs to me redone but with some time and patience I think it is doable. just cant see letting this car get any worse, consider I have never seen another 20s or 30s caddy driving. granted I live in Maine so the population of car people is lo
  4. HEY GUYS, TYPICALY WHAT TYPE OF WOOD WAS THE INNER STRUCTURE OF THE CAR BUILT WITH?? AGAIN THIS IS ON THE VICTORIA. ALSO WHAT DID IT HAVE FOR A CARB. THE ORIGINAL ONE IS MISSING
  5. because this is not a LaSalle those were the newer model this is just a Victoria I can find it in the other link u posted
  6. I do think I have a rarity considering the Fisher name plate and caddy tag with serial number is still there. also I did go look at car again and the serial tag and engine serial match.....pretty cool this one is a job number 7030 body 106 pretty cool
  7. can u look it up for 1927 Victoria also it won't let me open file
  8. hidden hunter where would I find this info ??
  9. is there anyway to run the numbers too see how many owners it has had...etc where is the vin actually or did the go by another number??
  10. also regarding the history on this car, does anyone know how I would go about tracking down buyers and owners of the car. would be nice to see a little history or background on the car also this car still has body tag with model number and such
  11. Certainly not a modern chassis. 354 hemi bored .060 over to accept 392 pistons 1955 331 heads with oversize 392 stainless valves big springs isky cam pushbutton shift from a New Yorker . 9" rear with alternator mounted on center section made a pulley that mounts to rear yoke to charge while vehicle is moving. zd frame for appearance and oil pan clearance. rear trailing arms with a pan hard bar and coil over qa1 shocks. front suspension. built subframe under dash to mount steering box for cowl steering set up. pretty cool car. actually built it for my wife being 6ft2 I don't fit that
  12. KEISER31 I MAY NEED U TO PHOTO COPY THOSE PAGES FOR ME LOL
  13. I have been a mechanic / fabricator for 15 + years. just built a 1940 Chevy rat rod pick up with a hemi. built and engineered every aspect of car. just this this would be a cool reso to do. Not cheap by any means but how many 20s caddys do you see, also would like to preserve a little piece of automobile history. it does have all associated tags ( body, and engine tag) also have doors, front and rear glass not sure on door glass. but that is the least of my worries. still has all dash pieces and gauges even silver inlay is still 90% intact. this model is a Victoria. excited to try to get
  14. MAY HAVE AQUIRED A 27 CADDY VICTORIA. PRETTY RUSTY BUT I THINK IN CAN BE SAVED. I WAS WONDERING IF THERE IS ANYONE THAT KNEW WHERE I COULD GET ENGINE PARTS FOR IT. OR IF EVEN. I SHOULD JUST PART IT OUT ??
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