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Engine
1-Cylinder
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Transmission
Manual
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VIN
23306

Description

9 HP, 98.2 cid, 1-Cylinder Engine Engine No. 23306 NOTE: Listed as a 1905 in the Catalogue, is titled as a 1907. From the beginning, Cadillac's chief engineer, Henry Leland, made sure that precision in manufacturing would result in a dependable motorcar. It might cost a little more at the start, but if a cylinder bore was more than 1/1000th of an inch off, it was discarded and one a bit c...

9 HP, 98.2 cid, 1-Cylinder Engine Engine No. 23306 NOTE: Listed as a 1905 in the Catalogue, is titled as a 1907. From the beginning, Cadillac's chief engineer, Henry Leland, made sure that precision in manufacturing would result in a dependable motorcar. It might cost a little more at the start, but if a cylinder bore was more than 1/1000th of an inch off, it was discarded and one a bit closer to perfection was used. With this degree of perfection it is no wonder Cadillac would become known as the Standard of the World. This delightful car appears received a full restoration a number of years ago and is complete including a pair of Orient brass lights from Dietz with a single Solar brand rear light. Mounted on the rear of the car is a spare tire ready for the eventual blowout, while electrical power was supplied via the Connecticut Telegraph & Electric company box. On display for many years in the museum, the simple mechanics of this car should make it a snap to get back on the road for some high adventure and motoring fun.

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