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Raleigh Classic report

By Charles Farley The Raleigh Classic was held June 23-24 at the NC State Fairgrounds. The turnout was good despite the constant threat of thunderstorms. If you were looking to sell your pickup truck, this was the place to be this weekend. The Agriculture industry must be prospering, as farm tractors joined in on the...

C5 Corvette “PsyClone” for a good cause

After laboring for nearly two years the “PsyClone” is complete. The project consisted of turning an extremely low milage C5 Corvette into a very roadworthy copy of Harley Earl’s dream car swan song – the 1959 Cadillac Cyclone. The new car has been dubbed “PsyClone.” The owner, Charles Keller, wanted it to represent the first version...

Cadillac: GM’s Marque of Excellence

By John Gunnell While attending the Cadillac & LaSalle Club’s recent convention in Brookfield, Wis., I was struck by the fact that so many cars in the show were unrestored originals in nearly perfect condition. This made it clear that people still consider a Cadillac to be GM’s Marque of Excellence. It is still...

Forever Fin-tastic: Cadillac Ranch still standing tall at 40

By Terry V. Boyce; photos by Wyatt McSpadden Among the man-made attractions peppering the pathway of America’s legendary Route 66 “Mother Road,” none is more iconic than Cadillac Ranch — a “sculpture” consisting of 10 vintage Cadillacs quite literally planted in a Texas cow pasture. Sometimes called a later-day Stonehenge, Cadillac Ranch is so...

Cadillac Launched First Production V-8 100 Years Ago

  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...