The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jawdrpn36, Feb 14, 2008.
heres a few of my 62
wow just yesterday i picked up a 49 Caddy, it has a long ass way to go but it should come together quickly
here is a few pics
Two aussie ones. . . .
yeh more aussie Caddys
Bring it on
WoW,,, That 49 is MINT !! I found one that is coming home when the snow is gone. Same thing only diffren't,,, COOL.
A good friend of mine,Tim Kennedy, built this 48.It was his first chop too.
My 1950 Coupe de Ville made into a convertible. Can't wait til summer starts.
Nice vert frak , I bet you can't wait for the nice california weather.
Damn! That's nice. I was wondering if it was even possible to chop a fastback. Looks great.
Nothing does BIG quite as well as an old Caddy.
Here's a few more pics i found.
Do you have a functioning top? I've been wanting to convert my Coupe to a vert.
is that yours?
No working top, I was think something along the lines of a carson top, but since I only take the car out during nice weather I'm in no rush to make one.
LOVE them Caddy's for sure....
Sweet Bubble top,,, In stock mode.
Where the hell is this?
Daddy needs some stainless...
Here's mine. I've been away from my computer and missed this thread. Here's a pic of the skirts I have planned
^^^ oh man, that chop is too much!
Good job on a difficult chop..and conversion to a hardtop..very nice car..My 48 is coming along with built 472 and Trans Am front and rear, mine does not have the chrome chevrons underneath the tailights..is that one of the differences between series 61 and 62?.....
yep that is just way to much chop on that big old caddy
1948 Cadillac from Finland. Front park lights are from Facel Vega.
This is just concept, not actual existing car.
Cadillac convertible 1950
- Chopped and slightly leaned back windshield.
- About 2 inch longer doors than original convertible.
- Whole rear side is straightened (the vertical hump is removed).
- Rear fenders restyled and custom made tail lights integrated into bumper.
Tommy V....... now that is one beautiful caddy
Here's My '52.
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