This is 1956 Cadillac with a 500 CI V8 mated to a turbo 400
transmission! The original 365 CI Engine suffered from a cracked
head and busted piston. They found a 500 CI V8 engine from a 1976
Cadillac Fleetwood. This Cadillac is dressed up underneath the hood
with chrome valve covers from MTS Cadillac parts and a Cadillac air
cleaner, flames were painted by Justin Reighard. It has an
Edelbrock carburetor and Edelbrock intake. It also features
Flowmaster mufflers added to the stock exhaust system. The turbo
400 automatic transmission was rebuilt at sunset transmission in
west Burlington. It has the stock rearend with 3.36:1 gears in it.
The chassis on this car wand and blasted and repainted. When the
chassis came back it was rebuilt with stock suspension components.
The door handles and side mirrors have been shaved off with
electric door pops added. All this cars class such as hood
ornament, louvers, vents, and all the shiny trim pieces were
retained. It has power windows with all new glass, 4-way power
bench seat, power brakes, power steering, 3 inch drop springs in
the rear tow lower the ride height a bit, disc brakes on front drum
brakes on rear, vintage air conditioning, custom auto sound system
plus MTX audio, and Pioneer speakers.
1956 Cadillac Series 62
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