yates

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So many years ago a friend of mine built a bagged 66 Cadillac and asked me to drive it somewhere , can't remember why or where, but I fell in love. I have looked different ones for years but never worked out for various reasons. Fast forward to today, the ram sold a week or so and I was replaced with a 15 Silverado LTZ to take over DD duties but nothing really more.

So this particular Caddy I have been looking at for at least 3 years, a buddy built it, and never worked out for one reason or another but finally came to terms.

Silverado. Added black emblems, Lund tonneau, and weather techs
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67 Cadillac. Bagged, recently repainted, and stiffy giver. Pics from previous owner as the car is still on its way to me.
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So immediate plans are to get the heat working then start looking into the A/C. Future plans to redo the interior in a dark brown and tan, and to look into either over hauling the factory motor or LS swapping.
 

marc

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i dont much like bagged vehicles but that is one sick car man....i could watch it lift up and drop on its rockers all day.
 

yates

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Thanks buddy. I was going to ask someone to do this but I hate asking for chops.
 

Dakota

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Ah man, it's not a problem. I enjoy it haha. I just do it on my phone so it's not really difficult.

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Smith

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Looks good on those wheels

Ah man, it's not a problem. I enjoy it haha. I just do it on my phone so it's not really difficult.

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Try using that juxtaposer or whatever and can never get a clean chop like you do :( lol