Eureka, it’s a hearse!!

Eureka, it’s a hearse!!

Built in 1956, this Cadillac hearse, built by Eureka of Indiana, has had only three owners. And most of the time the car has been in storage. Now it’s been restored and up for sale.

OK, now in my view, the name Eureka is a bit misplaced on a car that is meant to transport

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295 Cadillacs are up for sale

295 Cadillacs are up for sale

Mr Rick Smith of Longview, Texas clearly has a thing for big-finned Cadillacs. Around his home, he collected 295 of them. Now it is time to let them all go, in an auction on Saturday, April 21.

The Rick Smit collection is simply huge. Not only does it consist of 295 collector cars, but there

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Cadillac Caribou at Kissimmee

Cadillac Caribou at Kissimmee

The thing with a luxury brand like Cadillac is that they don’t build practical cars, like stationwagons or pickups. But fortunately, there are coachbuilders that will serve this demand. This 1974 Cadillac Caribou is part of the big Mecum Kissimmee auction next month.

In the seventies and eighties, there were two American companies offering pickups

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Wooden barnfind

Wooden barnfind

No, this is not your grandmother’s sideboard you’re looking at. It’s a funeral car. As you know, funeral cars have very different styles in different parts of the world. In Argentina, the coachbuilders Hermida & Nazzi had a unique way of building funeral cars mainly of wood. Apparently, there was a barnfind recently of three

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