The Cadillac-LaSalle Club Museum will open Sept. 28 at the Gilmore Car Museum campus.
1976 Seville and other Elvis pieces to be sold in auction at Graceland The last Cadillac purchased by Elvis for his personal use — and the last Cadillac known to have been driven by the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll — will be sold at the first-ever “Auction at Graceland” on Aug. 14....
No price guide — not Old Cars Report Price Guide, not NADA, not Kelley Blue Book, not Cars That Matter — not one of them has a 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Seville two-door hardtop valued at six figures. In fact, no Cadillac Seville — not even the “Fin King ’59” — is priced at six...
The big news of this year's March GAA Classic Auction sale was the no reserve bevy of collector cars from the Yow Collection, Knoxville, Tenn.
In September 1914, Cadillac introduced the first V-8 engine in a series produced, mass-market automobile. The 314.5-cid V-8 had a 3-1/8 x 5-1/8 in. bore and stroke. It was a 90-degree L-head with non-detachable heads and two cast iron four-cylinder blocks on an aluminum crankcase. It made 70 hp at 2400 rpm and...
The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) selected 10 vehicles it has determined are the most significant automobiles that have influenced American automotive history.
In honor of the late Henry Ruby, the Cadillac & LaSalle Club Potomac Region car show coordinator, and the 60th Anniversary of the 1953 Eldorado, the theme for this year’s Annual Fall Car Show at Capitol Cadillac will be Colossal Convertibles – including a 1953 Cadillac LeMans.
Bill Warner and the team at the Amelia Island Concours took a page from Cadillac history at this year’s event by featuring a class of Cadillac concept cars never before assembled.
As its highly anticipated annual Auburn Spring sale draws closer, Auctions America has announced additional car-related attractions for the multi-day event.
After mulling over his purchase for several months, Arnie Civins let it snap and bought his dream car — a 1941 Cadillac Series 62 four-door convertible sedan — restored and in near-perfect working order. The rare Cadillac needed a new home, and Civins was happy to oblige. He’s never regretted it since.