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We bought this 1950 Cadillac Coupe a little over 32 years ago as a project.
And we spend a lot of time. money and work to make it the car it is today, a cool driver but far from a perfect car.
Around 20 years ago we put the Cadillac on a 1995 Caprice cop car chassie to get the big disc brakes, cop car suspension, posi rear end, we installed an LS1 engine with fuel injection and we also installed air suspension.
At that time we gave the car to our then 14 year old son and he has owned it since but building a new business (he is importing Midcentury Scandinavian Teak Furniture from Sweden) he has decided the Cadillac has to be sold to finance purchasing more inventory for the business.
He had the Cadillac painted in Candy Apple Red but over the years the paint has gotten faded and nicked here and there and it is not great anymore.
The interior is relatively new, 1964 Thunderbird buckets were used up front and the stock back seat, all covered in black vinyl. The job was a high quality job and was pretty expensive and it is beautiful.
The bumpers were show chrome plated together with some other chrome parts.
New Cadillac wire wheels with new Coker radials with wide white walls. A Cadillac exterior sunvisor and Continental kit was located and purchased and installed.
The car has been driven less that 1000 miles in the last 32 years but it is a great running and driving car as you see it.
You can see the Cadillac driving in this video clip, a short promo for our new TV show, Classic Car Guy:
The Cadillac is at our restoration shop in downtown Phoenix, Arizona where it can be seen and purchased.
AND AS WE HAVE DONE FOR THE LAST 32 YEARS, WE SELL AND EXPORT WORLDWIDE!!
Copperstate Classic Cars
1026 N 21 Ave
Phoenix Az 85009
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