1954 Cadillac La Carrera Panamericana Race Car
1954 Cadillac La Carrera Panamericana Race Car. 1954 Cadillac La Carrera Panamericana Race Car. 52 years ago, Keith Andrews and Blu Plemons, occurred in the 1954 Cadillac La Carrera Panamericana Race Car street races in Mexico. You get the funding from private companies. And 1954 Cadillac Series 62 coupe, the factory, which is supported by the team. Akhrnya and beat them all in the last two stages. Mr. Plemons has vivid memories of the race reminded me of the happy experiences with the “five ordinary people in Colorado.” With a car that was connected borrowed from a local car dealer Colorado Springs Independent (Barry Motor Sales), Andrews and Plemons with three friends for a works team, which arrived with 28 mechanics, doctors, cooks, PR man, four cars and drivers take, not to mention two photographers. Apart from the frightening possibility, Andrews and Plemons almost won it all.
Been this year 1954 Cadillac La Carrera Panamericana Race Caris taking shape in the new GM Performance Division in Warren, Michigan. Re-creation is the “frame-on” begins with the restoration of classic cars, which in the inventory of GM vehicles that meet the specifications of the original drivers match is found. They make an update that to improve the safety of vehicles and people, but retain the original intended purpose, “said Al Heiser Oppenheimer, GM Performance Division director of concept vehicle engineering.” They sat on projects at home, work and benefit from Performance Division Garage, paint shop pre-production trim and auto-Team giving, as an example. Instrument panel, as we find, but the seats and soft trim needs to be reupholstered .. “Andrews / Plemons Cadillac races completed 1907 miles behind the dangerous and dusty highway routes in less than 21 hours. In winning the last two phases, the average Cadillac more than 115 mph for the final 410-mile.
“Your performance in 1954 consistent with the DNA of Cadillac,” said Kevin Smith, Cadillac Communications Manager. “Cadillac introduced America’s first with a V8 engine type, 1914, the first V16 in 1929 and the first high-compression OHV V8 in 1948 until today. V-Series CTS, STS and Cadillac XLR explicit performance heritage with power and style. GM Performance Partnership Cadillac division, and an attractive benefit for people who have a passion for driving big cars. V-Series Cadillacs, developed by the Performance Division, are some of the most powerful ever, a value style, performance and exclusivity that clearly by projecting a break-through attitude that defines the brand.Sponsored Links:
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