Chip Foose will unveil his latest automotive project, the 1939 Cadillac custom known as "Madam X," at SEMA on Nov. 1 at 12:30 p.m.. The event will feature an autograph session and a short presentation from Foose.
Fabrication began with a 1939 Cadillac four-door 60 Special and was inspired by an original 1935 concept sketch by GM designer, Art Ross. Madam X is now re-bodied as a two-door coupe that has been lowered, shortened and customized.
The Madam X features a Corvette Gen V LT-1 motor, an 8-speed 8L90 automatic transmission from a Cadillac Escalade coupled to a Camaro Z01 third member, C6 Corvette suspension front and rear, and Pirelli tires. In addition, the body features all-new chrome trim, a custom leather interior, one-off cloth Carson top, custom-mixed BASF paint, painted blonde wood dash, and bespoke MHT billet aluminum wheels styled to resemble classic Cadillac hubcaps.
For more information about the forthcoming debut or current news on Madam X Cadillac project or Foose Design, visit http://www.chipfoose.com/.