Discussion in 'Big Block Cadillacs' started by mario, Sep 6, 2018.
I had that car's construction video at the top of the Caddy section of my Favorites Section until it was taken down a couple of years ago. It is a quality constructed piece.
If I was younger and still working, I would like to buy it. Unfortunatly, those days are long gone, Oh well!!!
I'm with you on this one. Finally something worth the money (In my opinion) showing up on Ebay involving a Cadillac 500.
While the owner says the engine swap was easy, I would counter that the BIG parts may have been easy, but its the details that will kill you! Having a finished car of this quality doesn't just happen. It takes time and money - did I mention money?
IF my project car were ever to as "finished" as this Porsche, the asking price would be far greater. I might not find a taker, but the value would be there. Jus sayin'
(memories of a Cadillac 500 midships in a Corvair and an Olds425 shoehorned into the ass of a Kelmark Kit Car -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelmark_Engineering)
When I went to the link it came up with a silver porsche and was not the one you where talking about.I then looked back at the page and since the auction had finished it went to a similar car.Had to click on the littlecar at the top.
That car was a inspiration to do more with the caddy engine that was for sure. How long has that car been around? I think it had the mt 20 cam in it.