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Old 07-13-2017, 04:10 AM
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Default Not A Tbird But A Black Beauty '59 Caddy!

Here is what Bill Pugnetti ~ FINSRIN sent me in email a bit ago! This is a thing of beauty for sure!

"Ray, Did photo session of Caddy. Figured you would like these pictures, came out well. Is Cadillac we rescued from death in a chicken coop. Bill"

Here are the pix! Feast your eyes on this restoration!
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I always loved the '59 Caddy. That year had the biggest fins of ALL the Cadillac cars.

These bodies were made by Fisher. Many of the same parts were interchangeable from GM brand to brand.

Check out and compare windshield on this '59 Pontiac and compare it with the Caddy. (My Dad's was a Star Chief. Both cars shared many of the same parts.)
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You got a lot of car for your money with those Caddys!

I love them and their excessiveness!
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