: Here is a Cadillac you don't see everyday.



LS1Mike
12-30-07, 07:25 PM
Hope it is not a repost, just thought is was an odd one, not really a hearse per say.
http://jalopnik.com/339041/what-do-you-do-with-a-crushed-mazdasaurus-haul-it-away-with-a-caddy-wagon

Spyder
12-30-07, 09:01 PM
Ha ha, sweet. That's my old racetrack.

I flagged there at turns 7, 11 and 13, depending on what events were going on!

caddycruiser
12-30-07, 09:35 PM
Yes, a conversion company/coach builder made these, of various years. Used a lot of Caprice wagon rear parts, I think.

Every once in a blue moon, one will pop up on Ebay.

CadillacSTS42005
12-30-07, 10:09 PM
i was staring at it like WTF is so special about it, its just a clean fleetwood
then it dawned on me ohhh its a station wagon lol

malcolm
12-30-07, 10:47 PM
Escalade concept car:D

Benzilla
12-30-07, 11:29 PM
I want it.

Cadillacboy
12-31-07, 01:38 PM
It looks better than I expected

orconn
01-11-08, 11:44 PM
Can't say I've ever seen a post '77 Cadillac wagon ..........but there were a few companies that did conversions between at least 1954 and the late sixties, early seventies. In the fifties they were quite popular with the Hollywood/Beverly Hills and "new money" types in California and beyond. Interestingly, when I was involved in SCCA racing in tne '60's the roadcar and tow vehicle of choice for many of the drivers were older model Cadillacs. They were cheap and dependable and with the long stroke V8 making tons of torque at low rpm were great for towing and maneuvering a race car trailer. If I remember correctly many of big name drivers of the time drove them as road cars in the States as well.