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Cadillac V-16 Air Conditioning & Heat
Cadillac V-16 Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Cadillac V-16 Brakes
Cadillac V-16 Charging and Staring Systems
Cadillac V-16 Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Cadillac V-16 Cooling System
Cadillac V-16 Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Cadillac V-16 Emission System
Cadillac V-16 Engines & Components
Cadillac V-16 Exhaust
Cadillac V-16 Exterior
Cadillac V-16 Filters
Cadillac V-16 Gaskets
Cadillac V-16 Gauges
Cadillac V-16 Glass
Cadillac V-16 Ignition System
Cadillac V-16 Interior
Cadillac V-16 Lighting & Lamps
Cadillac V-16 Parts Cars
Cadillac V-16 Safety & Security
Cadillac V-16 Suspension & Steering
Cadillac V-16 Transmission & Drivetrain
Cadillac V-16 Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Cadillac V-16 Wheels and Tires
Cadillac V-16 Other Parts

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Cadillac V-16 - Classic Car Pictures
The Cadillac V-16 was a top of the line car during the 1930's, one of the finest automobiles money could buy. Each car was custom ordered, and only 4,076 were produced.
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The idea behind the V-16 was to make a car that was more powerful and smoother riding than anything in production. After many years of secret planning between Harley Earl and Lawrence Fisher, the V-16 was introduced in 1930, just a few months after the stock market crash that led to the Great Depression. It was the most expensive Cadillac ever made. The V-16 went through several changes in the 10 years it was made from 1930 until 1940. It was sold as 3 different models: Series 452, Series 60, Series 90. By the end of its run, the engine in this car was producing 200 horsepower. Finding one of these cars is very rare today, even at collector car shows. They do pop up on eBay every once in a while, with a typical sale price being well into six figures for rarer models (1930) and convertibles, while more common models like the 1938 might only sell for $75,000.
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