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selling my 1969 Cadillac $600(it's a steel), yeah I said Steel

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  • selling my 1969 Cadillac $600(it's a steel), yeah I said Steel

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    I love her but she's gotta go,

    It's my 1969 Cadillac Sedan Deville, has under 42,000miles logged
    Has some patina, and one bad spot of cancer just behind the front wheelwell,
    great interior, but having engine problems (blows white smoke, losing coolant)
    I believe it is a head gasket, but could be an intake gasket(either way I have too many projects to tear this one down), it ran like a champ last summer no knocks or rattles, and was stored immediately after problems started..

    I need to get $600 to start my next project (a 1974vw Thing)

    I am located in central Wisconsin about 1hr west of Appelton,
    reply here or e-mail me at loshjuce@hotmail.com subject: caddy project

    This is a great buy for anyone looking for a great old car, she's 40 and nearly untouched... it's all original and all there, great solid car.
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    The things you see when you haven't got the $$$ to spare. I'd love to be able to buy it but alas in the state our economy is in mine is even worse.

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    • #3
      I'd make some good use of that old caddy!
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/weldhou...7611212825587/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jimmy_pop View Post
        I'd make some good use of that old caddy!
        http://www.flickr.com/photos/weldhou...7611212825587/
        I think it'd be a shame to see a restorable Caddy turned into furniture. I guess my idea of art is massaging the old sheet metal back into factory specs as well as engine, chassis etc... and putting it back on the road.

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        • #5
          No offense, but this looks like a definite winner for a demolition derby! Those ols Caddy's were built tough.

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