This amazing Caddy is owned by a retired pastor in the Atlanta area. It sports a 480 HP LS3 for power, with Accuair Ride on a Custom Art Morrison Chassis, and a custom built 9″ housing with Strange axles and center section. Car has been owned by the same family for the last 56 years. The exterior is all original!┬áCheck out the news story about the owner and his pink Cadillac.┬áMore photos are available in the photo gallery, click on the link below.
Lake Worth Florida’s Jack Federico has one of the nicest 1949 Cadillacs we’ve seen here at Art Morrison.┬á The car sports a Morrison 4×4 Chassis with Sport IFS Front Suspension and Multilink IRS in the rear.┬á Check out the new photos!
The @fullermoto built Cadillac hearse. Without a doubt the biggest, longest and heaviest custom chassis we have ever made. Builder Bryan Fuller estimates the weight of this ’60 Cad hearse at 8,000 pounds dry. We believe it; the car broke one of our 6,500-pound-capacity GoJaks used for moving cars in the photo studio. The body sits on the longest Art Morrison chassis ever built; two fabrication tables were put together in order to complete it. The wires are re-pops modeled after the original Cadillac wheels and wrapped in Coker whitewalls.
Lake Worth Florida is home to Jack Federico’s 1949 Cadillac. The car sports a Morrison 4X4 Profile Chassis with Sport IFS Front Suspension and MultiLink IRS Rear Suspension. Thanks for sending in the build photos!